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War Memorial, Seascale


The War Memorial in Seascale is a Celtic cross in the churchyard of St Cuthbert's Church. It was built to commemorate 11 local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War. The memorial was designed by W.G. Collingwood and was influenced by ancient Celtic crosses, such as the Bewcastle Cross. The memorial was unveiled on the 28th of May 1921, by Lt Col. D.J. Mason (DSO) of Workington. Seascale War Memorial is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Seascale War Memorials Historic Buildings and Monuments in Seascale W. G. Collingwood (1854 - 1932)
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St Cuthberts Church, Seascale, Stone cross

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Celtic cross - the war memorial

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War Memorial Cross, Seascale

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Seascale War Memorial
- "....Seascale War Memorial was designed by Collingwood and it was influenced by C8 - C9 crosses in Cumbria such as that at St Paul's Church, Irton (scheduled monument) and at ...

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SEASCALE
- "....Celtic Cross of red sandstone on a three tiered base with a stone surround. The patterns on the front are from the Runic Cross at Irton, and on the back ...

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W. G. Collingwood (1854 - 1932)
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W. G. Collingwood (1854 - 1932)
- William Gershom Collingwood (1854 -1932) was an artist and author. For many years Colligwood worked closely with John Ruskin. In 1901, after Ruskin's death, Collingwood sculpted the ornate Celtic style ...

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List number: 1441482
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY0379501123

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