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Haslemere war memorial - Photo by Robert Crawley taken on 01.04.2012

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On original site
Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Limestone, Bronze
Inscribed on a plaque
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)

About the memorial

The Grade II listed memorial in the Surrey town of Haslemere, near the county borders with Hampshire and West Sussex, is a limestone cross with gable on a slim pillar standing on a two-stepped square plinth and a stone-faced base. Three faces of the top plinth carry inscribed bronze plaques listing the names of those who fell in World War II. On the lower plinth are inscribed the names of the fallen of World War I and the place that they fell. The memorial is set in a paved area with a surrounding stone wall on the High Street due north of the town hall.

Condition level: Poor
Comments: A visit to the memorial in April 2012 found issues with the condition of some of the stone work and legibility of some inscriptions - War Memorials Trust is investigating.
Condition level: Good
Comments: War memorial was in good condition when War Memorials Trust gave a grant in 2006

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Listing Grade: Grade II (England)

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Unique listing reference number: 1390566

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