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Original Text (Annotation: EPW038914 / 302603)

' This cenotaph is a white granite ashlar obelisk built in 1923, probably to a design by Grayson. It sits on a three-stepped plinth and on the north and south sides it has bronze relief panels that depict images of warfare. These were designed by Gilbert Ledward in 1922. On the east and west sides, figures of soldiers, a sailor and an airman are depicted. On platforms to the north and south of the obelisk are free-standing chest tombs with cast bronze roofs. On the roofs are names of the fallen. '