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Description: The Yeovil First World War Memorial
Date Listed: 17 October 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 261382
OS Grid Reference: ST5566915983
OS Grid Coordinates: 355669, 115983
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9416, -2.6323
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ST5515NE YEOVIL CP HIGH STREET (North side)
The Yeovil First World War
Commemorative Monument. Circa 1920. Ham stone; in the form of a C14 cross,
hexagonal on plan. Standing on a 4-stepped hexagonal base, with low granite
bollards to each corner; between angle buttresses, pointed arched cusped panels
to each face with inlaid bronze plaques bearing general inscription and the
names of the War dead: the first stage crowned with a band of Quatrefoil
decoration surmounted by crenellation. The second stage has more cusped arched
panels under gablets between crocketted pinnacles, with additional freestanding
pinnacles to each corner; the third stage smaller but similar, except that the
corner pinnacles are attached, then codes a band course, and the termination, a
crocketted spirelet under an open stonework cross. Approx 6 metres high overall.
Apart from its general significance, the memorial is a very important element of
the street scene of The Borough.
Listing NGR: ST5566915983
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Source: English Heritage
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