Catsfield War Memorial

I’ve never had a problem with churchyards or cemeteries after dark, and a good job too, bearing in mind the rather late stop I made on this particular evening to snap a few shots of Catsfield war memorial.  And look, another lych gate!

The memorial stands in the churchyard of St. Laurence Church.

Ah.  Problem.

Solved.

Of course I put it back.  How dare you even ask!

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5 Responses to Catsfield War Memorial

  1. Margaret Draycott says:

    But did you attach the wire which I can clearly see in the first picture but not so clearly in the later one. That’s a very bright light you had with you it picked up details rather well, the memorial is looking rather the worse for wear, one wonders how long these will remain legible-some TLC wouldn’t go amiss. Why did you have to take the pictures in the dead of night?

    • Magicfingers says:

      I shall plead the Fifth Amendment on your first question. And I really cannot remember what on earth I was doing there at that time – it was a little while ago now.

      • Magicfingers says:

        The missus tells me it was when were in Rye in 2018, I think, so presumably we were heading back to the house we were staying in one night, and I spyed the church.

  2. Nick Kilner says:

    It’s certainly atmospheric! I do hope they’ve done something about the list of names on the memorial since your visit, wouldn’t take much for them to disappear altogether by the looks of it 🙁

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