These are the pictures. The memorial is No 21869 at the National Archive of War Memorials.
|View from the park gates|
IN MEMORY OF
WHO FELL IN
THE GREAT WAR
THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE
AND IN THE WAR
|Well maintained and set on its own plinth|
|From the rear facing the main road|
|From the lower end of the park - to the left of the gates as you enter.|
|From the rear of the memorial|
|The present and the past - this is what sacrifice is all about|
You don't meet many triplet buggies on your travels!
|Sorry got a bit artistic here!|
|The exit from the memorial,|
fine old millstone grit houses.
|The park from quite close to the entrance.|
This is a fine expanse of parkland.
May it stay that way!