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Standing in the centre of the cobbled street in the centre of Truro is a bronze statue of a soldier, rifle in left hand and holding his helmet above his head in his right hand. The statue is mounted on a granite plinth upon a two-tier base. Each face is surmounted by either a crest or a wreath in bronze, below which on each face is a vertical bronze panel listing the names of those who died in the First World War.
bronze & granite
Grade II (England and Wales)
at all times
stamped: Joseph Whitehead London; A. B. Burton Thames Ditton
inscriptions are on vertical bronze panels on each of the four faces