Batley

LocationSouth side of Healey Lane just west of the corner with Upper Croft Road, and slightly east of the entrance to Jessop Park.
Side inscriptionIN MEMORY OF THE HORSES
WHICH FELL DURING THE WAR
Side inscription(unknown the trough is too close to a wall)
Front inscription(unknown the trough is too close to a wall)
End inscription(unknown the trough is too close to a wall)
MDFCTA number2403
Type and sizeTrough 1c 9ft 6in granolithic
Original locationYorkshire. Batley
Date erected29 May 1929
CommentsPurchased by Batley Borough Council 27.0.0. The date agrees with the opening date of Jessop Park, but 1929 seems a little too late for a First World War memorial. One of a few troughs with an inscription that refers to World War 1.