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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.

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