Streatham Hill Congregational Church WW2 (Lost)
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The Streatham Hill Congregational Church, Brixton Hill, was demolished and replaced by a smaller church on the same site in 1982. That building is now the Brixton Hill URC. IWM says of the WW1 memorial (WMO271152) 'AN ATTEMPT WAS MADE TO REMOVE THE TABLETS BUT THEY CRUMBLED'. As 'tablets' is plural, this seems to indicate that the WW2 tablet was also lost.
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