Nuclear Community Remembrance Virtual Museum Project

Manchester Memorial

Welcome to the Manchester Memorial for our British Nuclear Test Veterans

The memorial in St Peters Square Manchester is the first memorial to be included in the virtual museum. As this project grows every memorial to our Nuclear Test Veterans across the United Kingdom will enter the museum. Within each hall will be galleries of images, testimonies and videos telling the local story of the development of our Nuclear Weapons and the price paid by our Veterans and their families.

BNTVA Memorial Manchester

New Manchester Memorial Unveiled October 2017

Memorial Location

Map of Manchester Memorial

This memorial was unveiled on 5th October 2017 by local veteran Terry Washington in the presence of the Lord Mayor of Manchester and other dignitaries. The original memorial was moved to make way for the cities tram system has been mounted on a new plinth and placed beside the Cenotaph in the city centre.

It is the first British Nuclear Test Veterans memorial to feature a QR Code link to the Nuclear Community Charity Fund’s Virtual Museum.

Click the map to the left for the location of this memorial in Google Maps.

If you have a story to share connected to this memorial or to the Nuclear Tests please contact us – email:

Museum Guide

Welcome to the virtual museum of the British Nuclear Test Community

Visit the different areas of the museum by following the links below

Return to Lobby

Resources for this memorial

NCCF PO Box 8244 Castle Donington DE74 2BY Email NCCF Registered Charity No 1173544

Museum proudly maintained by  BH Associates on behalf of the NCCF and the British Nuclear Community

The NCCF Remembrance project is funded by the AVF using monies made available by the Chancellor from the LIBOR Fines