Exton War Memorial Cleaned

For the first time in almost one hundred years Exton War memorial has been cleaned. The memorial was unveiled in 1922 by the Earl of Gainsborough. The Earl of Gainsborough lost a son and two of his nephews killed in the First World War. Son Robert and Nephews Roger and Maurice make up the nineteen names of those from Whitwell and Exton killed in the two world wars. During its time since 1922 the memorial has become almost unreadable because

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