THOSE WHO SERVED.
The Memorial Hall, first built in 1963 to replace the earlier Parwich Institute, was created as a memorial to those who gave their lives for their Country in the First and Second World Wars.
|World War I|
|Pte. Arthur Calladine, Rifle Brigade|
|Pte. Thomas Hadfield, Lincolnshire Regiment|
|Sgt. Fred Moorcroft, Sherwood Foresters|
|Pte. Albert Roberts, Sherwood Foresters|
|Pte. Robert Shipley, Sherwood Foresters|
|Pte. Herbert Steeples, Sherwood Foresters|
|Pte. Leonard Twigge, Sherwood Foresters|
|Pte. Thomas Twigge, Sherwood Foresters|
World War II
|Pte. Ronald Cotterill, R.A.S.C.|
|Sgt. Brunskill Lowes, Lancashire Fusiliers|
|Grdsn. William Mace, Grenadier Guards|
|Tpr. Robin Philips, Royal Armoured Corps|
|Pte. Jack Steeples, Sherwood Foresters|
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To find out more about where individual British soldiers who died in action are buried and commemorated search on-line at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
If you have information about or photographs of any of the above we would be pleased to hear from you on firstname.lastname@example.org.