Percy Courtney Pitcher and Arthur John Courtney Pitcher
Custodian annual maintenance visit
War Memorials Trust staff- site visit
War Memorials Trust staff- casework
War Memorials Trust staff- desk assessment
Regional Volunteer – desk assessment
Can you help? request
Regional Volunteer request response
Contributor - desk assessment
The cross has been tilted against its base and the kerbing has all come apart. The grave has been undermined by badgers, with sett entrances under the front and left kerbs. The addition to Arthur John Courtney Pitcher on the left kerb is hidden by earth at one end, either subsidence or excavated soil. The other end of the left kerb is totally exposed over the sett entrance. About half the inscription is covered, and some leaded letters are missing from those words that are visible. The addition to Percy Courtney Pitcher on the right kerb is minus several leaded letters and is only legible using the pinholes.
Is the memorial accessible to the public?
Yes - always
Yes - restricted times
Yes - by appointment
Has the memorial been subject to any accidental or malicious damage in the last five years?
Do you think the site is at significant risk of accidental or malicious damage in the next 2 years?
Are there any known planning applications or issues related to this memorial?
Current planning application
Previous planning application