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War Memorial, Scotby


The war memorial is Scotby is located by the entrance to All Saints Church. It was unveiled by the vicar of Scotby, the Reverend R. S. Greene, on the 27th of June 1920. The memorial is inscribed with the names of 23 local servicemen who lost their lived in the First World War. The memorial is very similar to the 1918 'Cross of Sacrifice' design by Sir Reginald Blomfield for the Imperial War Graves Commission.[1] Following the Second World War a further inscription was added including a further three names. The memorial is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Scotby Historic Buildings and Monuments in Wetheral Civil Parish War Memorials
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The War Memorial at Scotby

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Scotby War Memorial - April 2017

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All Saints Church, Scotby, War Memorial

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All Saints' Church, Scotby - April 2017 (1)

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Scotby War Memorial
- "First World War memorial, 1920, modelled on Sir Reginald Blomfield’s Cross of Sacrifice design, with later additions for the Second World War....Scotby War Memorial is listed at Grade ...

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Memorial : Scotby
- ...Octagonal Calvary stone cross. The names are recorded on seven panels at the sides of the cross. Inscription TO THE/ HONOURED/ MEMORY/ OF MEN WHO GAVE/ THEIR LIVES FOR/ THEIR ...

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List number: 1463529
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4406555182

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