I attended a wedding here and although I was not the photographer I had the opportunity to photograph too. I have included a few pictures of the church as well as the memorial shot with the transcription.
A record of the memorial is held by the War Memorials Archive Ref: 54912
|The North entrance to the church|
|This is the church from the South end. The new hall is to the left.|
|This is the West end of the church. The Altar is within the bow shape.|
The stones are a little remembrance garden to church members.
|The window above the altar - very nice. The setting sun will come through this in the evening>|
Delightful! I like this window a lot.
|Samuel Thomas F.S.I.|
Sir Cuthbert Grundy, J.P.
July 19th 1930
This plaque is inside the North entrance.
|THIS STONE WAS LAID BY|
NOVEMBER 2ND 1929.
This Foundation stone is placed in the wall at the East end.
|The Memorial inside the apse, just to the north of the altar.|
This is the transcription of the Memorial:
16 Names in all -There is no sign of the carver anywhere one this memorial.
Beneath are the Medal cards of the the 3 servicemen who died.
|William Healey Dawson|
|Robert Joseph Webb|