war memorial


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war memorial

a monument, usually an obelisk or cross, to those who die in a war, esp those from a particular locality
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The Friends of War Memorial Park have asked architecture students at Coventry University to come up with some ideas and there is now a shortlist of six futuristic designs and people can vote online for their favourite.
Llantrisant War Memorial Committee held A Concert to Remember at Llantrisant Leisure Centre and have hailed the sellout event a success as it raised more than PS3,925.
INCIDENTS reported at war memorials in Cleveland, 2015: February 26: Middleton Grange, Hartlepool: Complaint that police had given G4S permission to drive over war memorial when letter from council states they don't have permission.
Community leaders and ex-servicemen attended a ceremony on Tuesday to mark the completion of major improvements to the Wepre War Memorial and Wepre Bridge.
One youth daubed "F*** Tory scum" in red paint on a Second World War memorial to women.
COMMUNITIES across the country have been encouraged to take advantage of a Welsh Government grant to repair war memorials as part of the First World War centenary commemorations.
Hundreds of people have been waiting in the Canberra rain for hours to greet him outside the War Memorial, hoping to get a selfie with the People's Prince.
One stop shop detailing history of all UK war memorials with advice on applying for funding.
20pm where wreaths will be laid at war memorial at approximately 3pm.
Each Scottish war memorial, such as this one in Peebles, remind us of the futility of war and the losses endured by our local communities.
Chairman of Port Sunlight Village Trust, Maggie Sparks, said today: "We're delighted the war memorial has been upgraded.
July 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- War Memorial Hospital - Michigan, in Sault Ste.