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Description: War Memorial
Date Listed: 19 July 2000
English Heritage Building ID: 481617
OS Grid Reference: SK0806624545
OS Grid Coordinates: 408066, 324545
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8184, -1.8817
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SK0824 MARKET PLACE
512/17/10007 War Memorial
First World War memorial. Erected 1920; possibly to the designs of Frederick Mercer, a local artist. Local Hollington stone. Octagonal base, on which stands a pedestal with slate inscription panels and Gothic panelled shafts at the corners, supporting a tall slender square-section shaft with a sort of St Chads cross on top, the base of the cross gableted. The inscription panels on the sides of the pedestal have carved on them the names of the dead.
SOURCE: Abbots Bromley Parish Council, report for listing application; 2000.
Listing NGR: SK0806624545
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Source: English Heritage
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