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Memorial Clock Tower, New Hartley


The memorial clock tower is at a prominent position at a road junction outside St Michael's Church in New Hartley. The clock tower was unveiled in June 1953 and was built to commemorate local servicemen who died in the Second World War. A plaque on the clock is inscribed with the names of 19 men who lost their lives in the war. The tower was reconditioned and the clock repaired in April 1994 on the lead up to the 50th anniversary of VE Day.

New Hartley War Memorials St. Michael's Church, New Hartley
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Memorial Clock Tower, New Hartley

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Clock Outside

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New hartley - Clock Column 1939-45

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New Hartley War Memorial
- "...A stone built clock tower with a memorial plaque. There is a blue clock face on three sides of the tower. Tower stands in front of St Michael's Church ...

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