Albert Street Baptist Church War Memorial
This war memorial board was unveiled in the church in 1921 and a report of the event appeared in the Keighley News dated 8th October of the same year.
The frame is made of oak and the central panel is bronze and inscribed with fourteen names of men from the church who died in the Great War. There is a laurel wreath in the centre of the bronze panel.
The inscription reads:
THEY BEING DEAD YET SPEAK IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF
GEORGE FREDERICK DAY
ARTHUR B. SMITH
LET THOSE WHO COME AFTER SEE THAT THEIR NAME AND PURPOSE BE NOT FORGOTTEN"
The church was closed (possibly around 1981) and the building was taken over by an Asian organisation.
The church's records covering from 1791 to 1981 are held at Keighley Local Studies Library, archive box BK16/1
This memorial is currently in the care of Cliffe Castle Museum, Keighley.