1 The Cenotaph, where names of the dead of WW1 & 2 are recorded, and where the annual laying of wreaths at the Nov. 11th Service of Remembrance takes place.
2 The Boer War Memorial, on the side of the old Town Hall.
3 Wombwell Cemetery which contains Commonwealth War Graves, as well as family graves with names of war dead added.
4 Jump Cemetery where those from the villages of Hemingfield and Jump are commemorated.
5 Wombwell Park, where the land was bought from the
Estate of Captain Bruce Vernon Wentworth of Stainborough (Wentworth Castle). He unveiled the Cenotaph in 1922. Inside the park a rose garden, which is no longer there but can be remembered still by long-serving community members, was planted to specifically commemorate those who died at the Battle of the Somme.
6 Reform Club –now Nuwell Centre –which contains a memorial memorial tablet commemorates those members of the club who fought, and those who died.
7 St Mary’s Church, inside which we can see the Mitchell Memorial Window, the Church Lads’ Brigade plaque and other small commemorative plaques.