Staffordshire Twin Towers Memorial

Location: Alrewas, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom

Dedication Date: September 11, 2002

Creator: Citizens of Hereford and Worcester, Hereford and Worcester Fire Authority, International Society of Arboriculturists

Medium: Stone, WTC fragments (rubble and glass), metal, brick, trees

Description: Plaque containing fragments of glass and rubble from the Twin Towers, stone sculpture of Twin Towers, and memorial trees.

Text: "TWIN TOWERS MEMORIAL This memorial pays tribute to all those who perished as a result of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Centre, New York 11th September 2001. Especially remembered are the 64 British Citizens who lost their lives that day. The trees in the front of this memorial represent the four nations of the United Kingdom and the United States of America and The Twin Towers. This memorial was sponsored by the citizens of Hereford and Worcester and the Hereford and Worcester Fire Authority in recognition of the courage and dedication of the personnel of the Fire Department of New York. The artefacts displayed are from the debris of Ground Zero and were donated by Chief Fire Officer David O'Dwyer MA QFSM. The trees were donated and planted by the International Society of Arboriculturists." 

Latitude & Longitude: 52.727967, -1.732233