King Edward VII Memorial Clock

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The clock was originally intended to be built for the coronation of King Edward VII but insufficient funds were raised and it was not built opened until 1913 after he died.

King Edward VII Memorial Clock, Redcar  

The clock was built on the boundary of Redcar and Coatham, William Duncan was the architect, Robert Richardson made the clock’s mechanism and the builder was John Dobson.

The opening ceremony took place on Wednesday 29th January 1913.

King Edward VII Memorial Clock, Redcar 

After many years of campaigning by Vera Robinson, the clock was finally restored to full working order in 2006

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