List number: 1086622
List grade: 2
Grid ref: SD1716080226

War Memorial, Millom


The war memorial in Millom is located in a small park area on the junction of Station Road, Cambridge Street and Duke Street. The memorial was erected to commemorate 213 servicemen from Millom who lost their lives in the First World War. It stands on a hexagonal plinth and is topped by a statue of St Michael slaying a dragon. The memorial was unveiled on the 24th of May 1925 by Major General Sir Louis Vaughan and dedicated by Dr West Watson, Bishop of Barrow.[1] The memorial is Grade II listed.

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Millom War Memorial

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War memorial, Millom

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WAR MEMORIAL - Millom - List Entry
- "Memorial to First World War, adapted after 2nd World War. c.1920. Ashlar. 4 hexagonal stone steps to platform. Hexagonal base on 2 steps with raised lettering in sunk bands ...

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Unveiling of Millom memorial
- "Millom was designed by the Ulverston architect Dean John Brundrit (1870-1939). His original drawing for the memorial can be seen in the heritage centre, accessible from the tourist information office ...

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MILLOM CIVIC MEMORIAL- WW1
- "TO THE MEMORY OF THE MEN OF MILLOM WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918 "....description of the memorial and list of names inscribed.

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