Freckleton has two memorials. The link to the Freckleton Air Crash is here.
The War Memorial is based on a triangular piece of land which could be considered as the town square. Surrounded by a couple of pubs, the church and the local school. Now a ring road surrounds the town and the traffic is considerably less frantic. I very rarely visit the town - just skirt past it.
|The Coach and Horses, viewed from the memorial
|The Memorial is behind this building
|This view is from the north end of the triangular garden
I am presuming that the bottom plinth is for those who fell in the 1939 to 1945 war.
|To the left is the main entrance,
The Coach and Horses is behind.
|Looking due north
STRICKLAND, DAVID ANTHONY - 25th MAY 1982
|Just behind is the main road. Traffic lights to the right.
There is also another pub to the left
|View from the road, The Church is to the right beyond the road.
|Approximately from the front corner of the church.
The other memorial is within the church