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St Mellitus war memorial St Mellitus, N4

Plaque: St Mellitus war memorial
War Memorial


Garden of Remembrance, 1914 - 1918, 1939 - 1945.
"Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn."

Nearby is a small notice, nicely handmade but beginning to deteriorate, informing "St Mellitus' Peace Garden, dedicated on Remembrance Sunday 2005. Honour the dead of all wars by working for a world without war".

Site: St Mellitus, N4 (1 memorial)

N4, Evershot Road, St Mellitus

The church was built as a New Court Congregational Church, now Roman Catholic. 1871 by C. G. Searle. The war memorial is in a small peace garden at the side of the church.

Facsimile of the handbill announcing the opening services in 1871.

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St Mellitus war memorial

Information Subjects commemorated

World War 1

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World War 2

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St Mellitus war memorial

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Laurence Binyon

Poet.  Born Lancaster.  Worked at the British Museum and become expert in Chi...

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