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About the memorial:
Tower clock with two faces, on the north and west faces. The dials are painted brass. The numerals, lettering and ornaments are picked out in old leaf on raised metal. The clock is located on the tower of St Mary's church in Sheering, Essex. It was dedicated by the Chaplain-General on 18 December 1949 in memory of those of the village of Sheering who died in World War II. The clock has a master-slave configuration, and the master clock is located in the church vestry. The clock strikes the hour.