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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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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.
The scheme is offering funding of up to 70% of eligible cost and up to a maximum of PS10,000 to safeguard all war memorials.
Mr Skates said: "There are some 4,000 war memorials across Wales, each telling a story of the lives lost and communities and families devastated by the effects of war.
BRITAIN'S most signifi-cant war memorial to the Gallipoli campaign, situated in Warwickshire, is to have its listed status upgraded.
The move means local people will once again be at the heart of protecting and conserving war memorials.
org, said: "Some of the war memorials we've featured are normally hidden from public view but the QR codes provide access to the names and details around the clock.
He said: "Scotland's war memorials are a lasting tribute to our fallen servicemen and servicewomen who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defending our country in the First and Second World Wars and other conflicts.
twitter Join us twitter @LivEcho News The listing was made after the Port Sunlight Trust was invited to apply through a scheme being run by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and English Heritage to review and recognise the historical importance of the nation's war memorials in this centenary year of the outbreak of World War I.
As part of the council's work to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War, officials are working with the War Memorials Trust to maintain all 28 of our war memorials.
The region will remember our war dead this weekend, here is when and where: North Tyneside Sunday: The war memorial in Burns Closes, Wallsend at 11am.
There are estimated to be over 70,000 war memorials across the UK, ranging from humble village monuments and lich-gates, to ornate statues depicted in bronze and marble.
Anyone interested in applying for funding to restore a Merseyside war memorial should contact Friends of War Memorials on 0207 259 0403.