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United Reformed Church
This is a memorial to members of the Congregational Church, which merged with others to form the United Reformed Church in 1973. A square, arched topped plinth supporting an octagonal spire with fo...
New Bradwell Cemetery
Stone small figure of a Private of the Ox & Bucks Light Infantry standing at attention with rifle cap and belt on top of square pillar.
3m tall Cornish granite memorial takes the form of a scappled obelisk, square on plan, standing on a pedestal with a chamfered base. The west face of the pedestal carries the inscription LEST WE FORGE...
Old Council School
Square obelisk on a square plinth and a two-stepped base. Names are incised and painted black. Listed Grade II, list entry number 1458127.
Originally the home of the financier and Liberal MP, Sir Herbert Samuel Leon (1850–1926), the Bletchley Park Mansion evolved in line with its owner's eccentric tastes into a hotch-potch of Victorian...
St Mary's Churchyard
Rough surfaced wheel cross, with decorative roundels, set on rough edged tapering plinth with dedication & names in incised black lettering standing on square base in paved steps by roadside. Listed G...
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