Cleethorpes - Wrought Iron gate placed between the Polished Granite Memorial Plaque & the Cross of Sacrifice

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Reference WMO263935

Address:

St Peter's Church

St Peter's Avenue

Cleethorpes

DN35 8HT

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other
Materials:
  • Metal Iron
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: There is a black painted wrought iron gate/railing between the churchyard cross and the wall plaque and the memorial to the war in Korea and Middle East. The railing is 1900mm long x 1100 mm high. There is a plaque on the gate in a white metal, with the words inscribed on it. Pete Stacey owned a shop on Alexandra Road, Cleethorpes called Project 85-a second hand shop. He used some of the proceeds of this shop to raise money to build and fit these wrought iron gates in September 1987.
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Presented by Project 85 (originated by Pete Stacey) For the beautification of the Cleethorpes War Memorial at St Peter’s church in the presence of the mayor & mayoress of Cleethorpes, councillor and Mrs D J Leam and the rector of St Peter’s the Rev B Wisken B.A. on 25 September 1987.

The official party left to right: Mr Pete Stacey, Rev B.A. Wisken, Mrs Leam & Councillor D J Leam

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