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Description: War Memorial in Garden Wall to Stanton Court
Date Listed: 7 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 134851
OS Grid Reference: SP0679934261
OS Grid Coordinates: 406799, 234261
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0067, -1.9023
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STANTON HIGH STREET
11/68 War memorial in garden wall to
War memorial. C19, circa 1920, probably by Sir J.N. Comper for Sir
P.S. Stott. Ashlar stone, bronze plaque. Gabled blind arch in
line of garden wall. Blind archway, 4-centred head, chamfered
arris: blank shield in coped gable over, horizontal foot each
side: bulb-shaped finials to apex and base each side, latter on
pedestals with diamonds in relief on sides. Within arch, centre
framed by Jacobean-style Ionic pilasters, on plinth with moulded
top. Cornice, swept pediment with moulded edge. Rectangular
bronze plaque, eared top and bottom: raised lettering. Archway
originally framed village pump.
(T. Edwards, in Country Life, 1952)
Listing NGR: SP0679934261
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Source: English Heritage
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