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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 War Memorials Bereavement Services have secured grant funding from Cadw and the War Memorials Trust to the value of 85% of the total funding for refurbishment work for the Radyr and Rumney war memorials.
THE Welsh National War Memorial is set to be refurbished after a bid for funding was approved.
Nechells War Memorial and Hamstead War Memorial have both been awarded grade II status by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of campaign body Historic England.
It is estimated by the war memorials Trust that up to 8,000 memorials may be in a state of disrepair.
Applicants must be prepared to submit a p pp g subsequent application to War Memorials Trust.
You can help to create a greater understanding about the condition of UK war memorials by visitingwarmemorials online.
Today she backs our campaign, in association with Yesterday TV channel, to save our war memorials from decline and neglect.
You can help to create a greater understanding about the condition of war memorials in the UK by visiting memorialsonline.
He said: "The Sunderland Armed Forces Network works closely with the City Council on the upkeep of our war memorials.
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.
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.