Leatherhead Church Lads Brigade

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Reference WMO/271123


All Saints Church (now "BFree" and a Coffee Shop)

Kingston Road


KT22 7BT


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It is unknown whether this war memorials remain in what was a church and is now believed to be coffee shop. So, we are asking for your help to do a condition survey and add photographs of this war memorial to this record. We would like to make an assessment of the current condition of this war memorial and, if necessary, take any appropriate action. Can you help?

Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
Lettering: Painted
About the memorial: Paper in a wooden frame which forms a triptych. The order of names is unclear- the left hand part of the triptych is in alphabetical order, the central frame is also in alphabetical order except for the Captain of the Brigade (as opposed to a rank in the military) at the start & 2 additions at the end, the left hand frame is in no order at all. It is possible that the left hand frame was for those serving by 1917, and then subsequent names were added to the right hand column as they enlisted, and that the central column is for the fallen. Please also note that, in 2012, the column headings of 1914, ROLL OF SACRIFICE, and 1920 (respectively) were not visible as the whole Roll seems to have moved slightly upwards in the frame. The church appears to be redundant in its original purpose and houses a coffee shop known as BFree which serves a project for disadvantaged young people. According to the Leatherhead War Memorials websitey, the memorial was still in this location in December 2012, after the location of the building.
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Left Hand Frame-1914/[names] Central Frame-ROLL OF SACRIFICE/CHURCH LADS BRIGADE CADETS/LETHERHEAD [sic] COMPANY Right Hand Frame-1920/[names]

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