Etherley (County Durham)
A number of sites can be found in the church and churchyard of St. Cuthbert in High Etherley that attest to the contribution of the parish in the First World War and WW2. Inside the church there is a plaque listing those of the parish who served, fought and died whilst in the churchyard there is a memorial obelisk that is the focus of events on Armistice Day.
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