Restored Cumbria village memorial marks sacrifices

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    The Mail: 24th September 2015. "THE sacrifice of 44 men in two world wars was marked in a village today as its restored war memorial was re-dedicated and blessed. A ceremony was led by the Reverend Carl Carter at 11am in the grounds of St Luke’s Church, Haverigg. He said: "We dedicate ourselves to work for peace and freedom so that in the future more memorials like this will not be needed." Pearl Milligan and Gail Crossman laid a wreath in honour of brothers Albert and John Catterall...."
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    Nort West Evening Mail
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