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We apologise for this delay. The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority. First World War memorial with later additions for the Second World War, erected in ; moved to the present site in It stood against the boundary wall demarcating the site of the village school, at the junction of Brafield Road and Station Road.
The memorial was made by Messrs J G Pullen and Sons of Northampton responsible for a of war memorials in the county. In the memorial was re-located to its present site to make way for road alterations. After the Second World War an inscription was added to commemorate those who fell in that conflict. The memorial underwent conservation work infunded by War Memorials Trust. Some 4m tall, the Classical-style tablet incorporates pilaster buttresses to either side and has a convex pediment containing a plain Latin cross in relief.
Beneath are the names of four men who were lost in the Second World War. Underneath the plaque is a stone shelf for wreaths, on which stand two urns. These sources were not used in the compilation of this List entry but are added here as a guide for further reading, 17 January This building is listed under the Planning Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas Act as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.
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