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The Kidderminster War Memorials Conservation Trust
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The Kidderminster War Memorial 1922 - 2007

Don Gilbert


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THE driving force behind the renovation of the Kidderminster War Memorial said he was "chuffed to bits" over the rededication taking place this Saturday. Independent Health Concern councillor, Ken Stokes, chairman of the Kidderminster War Memorials Conservation Trust, spearheaded the campaign to restore the site when serving as town Mayor in 2002.

He said: "I feel great we have achieved what we set out to do. It has given me great pride in myself and everyone involved. It was something that needed doing for the town. I think the contractors have done a very reasonable job on the war memorial. The names were ineligible at one time but are now clear to the eye.The Winged Figure of Peace statue, on the other hand, is a beautiful monument that will continually need looking after."

From “The Kidderminster Shuttle” 16th October 2007.

Coming Up:

Saturday 20th October 2007

Following the completed renovation of “The War Memorial Of St Marys” at a total cost of over 100,000 a rededication service is to be held at 12 o’clock by the Bishop of Dudley.

All are welcome.

Refreshments will be available in the Chancery of St Marys Church. Copies of “The history of the war memorial” by Don Gilbert, a local historian and author, will be on sale at 5. The author will be available for signing.

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