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Holy Trinity War Memorial

History of Holy Trinity War Memorial Shelter

The Holy Trinity War Memorial is a timber octagonal shelter with a lead pointed roof, arched window openings and a wooden bench. It was built in 1922 and commemorates 45 members of Holy Trinity Church who died in World War I. It was restored in 2012.

The two K6 telephone kiosks are listed buildings.


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