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Miners' Memorial Hall, Esh Winning (Esh Winning)

Miners' Memorial Hall, Esh Winning 2003
Miners' Memorial Hall, Esh Winning 2003

Miners' Memorial Hall, Esh Winning 2003
Miners' Memorial Hall, Esh Winning 2003

Miners' Memorial Hall- centre detail 2003
Miners' Memorial Hall- centre detail 2003

Miners' Memorial Hall - right detail 2003
Miners' Memorial Hall - right detail 2003

Miners' Memorial Hall - left detail 2003
Miners' Memorial Hall - left detail 2003

Miners' Memorial Hall - entrance detail 2003
Miners' Memorial Hall - entrance detail 2003

This is Esh Winning Miner's Memorial Hall and village community centre. It was built in the memory of the victims of the First World War in 1928. Some features of the memorial hall have been relocated to other buildings of the village in recent years, including the WW1 marble plaque from the foyer which is now in the entrance of Esh Winning Community Hall {H49246}. (1-2).

It is a Grade II Listed Building protected by law.

Reference number:D34673
Historical period: 20th Century (1901 to 2000)
First World War (1914 to 1918)
Legal status:Listed Building
  • National Heritage List for England Entry Number: 1120700

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