Frank Foley Memorial
Commissioned by: Central Government
Location: Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge
Major Frank Foley CMG. was a british spy and was known as "The British Schindler" . He was responsible for saving over 10,000 Jews from the Holocaust.
He is depicted in his tweed suit and seated on a park bench. At his side is his briefcase upon which is perched a bird. He is feeding the bird a piece of bread which he has broken from his lunch and it represents the help that he offered to refugees who were wishing to escape from the Nazis.
Unveiled 18th September 2018 by
HRH The Duke of Cambridge KG KT