Grantham - Nicholas Peacock

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Reference WMO268678


St. Peter's Hill



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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Seat
  • Northern Ireland
About the memorial: A commemorative bench to a Granthamian who was killed by a bomb in Ireland 27 years ago, is to take a deserving spot on St Peter’s Hill. Note A memorial window was also placed in his old school but Pte Peacock's family are now looking for a permanent home for the window after the school was demolished.
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Ready for Anything In Memory of Nicholas Peacock Age 20 1968 - - 1980 This bench was kindly donated by Christopher Kennedy Roll & Scroll Alan Hardisty -Pentangle Fabrications Nigel Rivers - Pentangle Engineering Carl Gilbert - Arraquip Kevin Mascot - Mascot Powder Coating Glenn Wormall

PEACOCK, Nicholas David, Private. 24763628. 2nd Bn. Royal Anglian Regiment, Born 15 August 1968, aged 20. Killed February 1, 1989. Commemorated A. 30. 23. GRANTHAM CEMETERY.

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