Stone monument consists of three panels. Central panel – upper part: Celtic cross with Starry Plough as centre; lower part: on the left – image of Cuchulainn with a raven on his shoulder; at the centre: shields of the four provinces of Ireland, one at each corner, and the inscription “Erected to the memory of those who struggled and died for the establishment of a Socialist Republic by the Workers Party”; on the right – image of two children staring at the sun. Left panel – silhouette of a Belfast estate and list stating name and date of death of Volunteers. Right panel – the Starry Plough. Black granite plaque in the memorial grounds shows an Irish tricolour and a Starry Plough flag and reads: “Eamonn Kerr Murdered 11th March 1983 A socialist comrade A workers friend Erected by the Workers Party, Lower Falls”. Bronze plaque attached to a small pillar in front of the monument reads: “National Commemoration Committee In memory of all our comrades and supporters, murdered during the 1975 Pogrom. They died in defence of the democratic, secular and socialist republic.”.
Workers Party Communal Plot
Address: Milltown Cemetery, Upper Falls Road, Falls.
Commemorating: Deceased members of the Workers Party. Members and supporters of the Official IRA and Official Sinn Féin killed during the 1975 pogrom.
Commissioned by: The Workers Party.
Date unveiled: Not known.