War Memorial, Cambois


The War Memorial in Cambios stands next to the Church of St Andrew, set in a brick walled enclosure. The pillar commemorates the First World War and the front face is inscribed: "TO THE / GLORY OF GOD / AND IN MEMORY OF / THOSE WHO FELL / IN THE GREAT WAR / 1914-1918 / "GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS". The names of the fallen are inscribed on the other 3 faces of the monument. A separate granite plaque with the names of the fallen of the Second World War is mounted in the walled enclosure. The monument is Grade II listed.

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The War Memorial at Cambois

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The War Memorial at Cambois

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The War Memorial at Cambois

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The War Memorial at Cambois

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The War Memorial at Cambois

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The War Memorial at Cambois

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Cambios War Memorial

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CAMBOIS WAR MEMORIAL - List Entry
- " First World War Memorial, sandstone with granite panels. Square 3-stepped stone base; rectangular pedestal with inset granite panels surmounted by segmental pediment. Pillar with carved stone wreath at base of ...

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St Andrew Mission Church, Cambois
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St Andrew Mission Church, Cambois
- Overview Map Street View St Andrew Mission Church in Cambois was consecrated in 1898.[1] The church is located on Unity Terrace toward the north of the village. Outside the church ...
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Cambois at War
- During the First World War the Illustrated Chronicle published photographs of soldiers and sailors from Newcastle and the North East of England. These have been made available by Newcastle Libraries.

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