Sir Henry Edwards Statue
The statue is at the northern point of the Alexandra Gardens. In the 19th century Weymouth was represented in Parliament by Sir Henry Edward who gifted to the town homes for the elderly and also provided an annual dinner for the old people of the town. The statue was erected in 1885 in his honour.
The other statues on the Esplanade are dedicated to King George III and Queen Victoria.
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