Commemorated on 4 plaques

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Liverpool Road Station. The world's first passenger railway station, terminus of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, which was opened by the Duke of Wellington on 15th September 1830.

Liverpool Road, Manchester, United Kingdom where they was

Bournville Carillon The first bells were given to the village by George Cadbury in 1906. And the rest were given in his memory by his wife and son, George, including 15 bells given by his son in 1923.

Bournville Junior School - 140 Linden Road, Bournville, Birmingham, United Kingdom where they gave the rest of the bells (1923)

In 1907 three brothers Edward, George Jnr. and Henry Cadbury gave Beacon Hill to The City of Birmingham to protect the countryside and for people's enjoyment

Toposcope, Beacon Hill, Lickey Hills Country Park, Birmingham, United Kingdom where they gave Beacon Hill to The City of Birmingham (1907)

Originally erected to commemorate the gift of the hill to the City of Birmingham in 1907 by Edward, George Jnr. & Henry Cadbury for use by the people of the City for leisure health and recreation. Restored and refurbished 1987-1988 by the Manpower Services Commission and Birmingham City Council Department of Recreation and Community Services as an M.S.C. Community Project with support from the families of Edward Cadbury & George Cadbury Jnr.

Toposcope, Beacon Hill, Lickey Hills Country Park, Birmingham, United Kingdom where they gave Beacon Hill to The City of Birmingham (1907)