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Brigham War Memorial

Brigham War Memorial is located on the churchyard of the St Bridget's Church, off the A66, Brigham, Cumbria. The memorial commemorates 22 local servicemen who fell in the First World War and 16 men who fell in the Second World War. The memorial was originally unveiled in March 1921 and dedicated by the Bishop of Carlisle. It is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. The Memorial Hall, which formed part of the Parish commemorative scheme was unveiled in November 1924.

Brigham War Memorials Historic Buildings and Monuments in Brigham Civil Parish Church of St Bridget, Brigham
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Brigham War Memorial - List Entry
- "....Brigham War Memorial is located in the churchyard of the Church of St Bridget, south of the A66, north of Low Road, Brigham, Cumbria. It is prominently situated off the …

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- "....A rustic cross on stone plinth and base is situated at the church yard. Inscription and WW1 casualties are inscribed on the stone plinth and WW2 casualties are inscribed on …

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List number: 1457578
List grade: 2
Unitary Auth: Cumberland
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY0858330906


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