Church Gardens Memorial Garden - Nailstone
World War I, World War II
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Stone of Remembrance with two metal plaques. First plaque (and second?) appears to have been part of Miners Welfare and Memorial Institute opened 1921 (JS KD notes) - current condition?
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THE NAILSTONE MEMORIAL
AND MINERS WELFARE
THIS BUILDING WAS ERECTED
BY SUBSCRIPTION AND CHIEFLY
BY DONATIONS FROM THE MINERS?
WELFARE FUND AS A MEMORIAL
OF THE GREAT WAR 1914-18 AND TO
THOSE WHO SERVED AND FELL THEREIN
OPENED MARCH 1ST 1924
IN LOVING MEMORY
THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN WWII
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