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War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial
War Memorial

Photo credit: Roger Lee / Art UK

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A Celtic cross set on a tapering shaft, which is mounted on a three-stepped octagonal plinth. It is surrounded by a chain-link fence. There are conflicting details about who built it, with some saying it was built by Wood and Wallis of Tunbridge Wells while others suggest it was built by Burslems.




Dean stone

Accession number


Acquisition method

purchased by public subscription

Work type

War memorial


Southborough Town Council


Southborough Town Council

Work status


Unveiling date

13th February 1921


at all times

Inscription description

on the sloping tablets on the first step and the sides of the plinth: TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF THIS PLACE WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-19 / (names)/ 1939-1945/ (names)/ R.A.R/ (name)/ KOREA JUNE 1953


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Located at

Church Road, Southborough


On the north side of the common.