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Wimpole & Arrington War Memorial

History of Arrington War Memorial

Listed building

It commemorates 18 local servicemen who died during the First World War. Following the Second World War, a dedication was added to commemorate the three fallen of that conflict. The memorial was rededicated in 1947 when a paved area surrounded by a raised sandstone kerb and posts were added


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