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War Memorial, Widdrington Village


The war memorial in Widdrington Village is located in the churchyard of Holy Trinity Church. The memorial cross was unveiled on the 28th of November 1920 by Colonel Taylor DSO of Dilston Hall, and dedicated by Bishop Ormsby. The memorial was dedicated to 31 local servicemen in the district who lost their lives in the First World War. The memorial is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Widdrington Village War Memorials Historic Buildings and Monuments in Widdrington Village CP Church of the Holy Trinity, Widdrington
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The War Memorial at Holy Trinity, Widdrington

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The War Memorial at Holy Trinity, Widdrington

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The War Memorial at Holy Trinity, Widdrington

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The War Memorial at Holy Trinity, Widdrington

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Widdrington War Memorial
- ".....The c5m tall memorial stands in the churchyard, to the north side of the Church of the Holy Trinity (Grade I-listed). It takes the form of a rough-hewn granite cross ...

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