|The memorial is on the left. |
The road looks down towards Bury past Nabbs House.
|View of the cricket club|
|The stone memorial|
|THIS MEMORIAL STONE |
WAS ERECTED IN MEMORY OF MEMBERS OF
THE GREENMOUNT CRICKET CLUB WHO GAVE
THEIR LIVES IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR 1939 - 1945
SO THAT WE COULD ENJOY FREEDOM.
|Looking up towards Greenmount village. The Congregational Church is in the distance.|
The school is to the right of the church and the pub faces the school.
Many of the names on the stone memorial are clearly the same as the brass plaque "up the road"
At the top of the road is a brass plate inset on a corner of the church with the names of the fallen from WWII. This is facing the Bull.