Stone cross in village centre.

WW2 names added to Great War memorial (Names round edge on faces listed from right going anticlockwise.)

A.D. 1939 - 1945.

L. Lush

E. Matthews

V. Forrest

R. Grant

T. Simpson

J. Shadwell

A. Shears

Marble plaque on wall in St Peter's Church.

This chapel is dedicated
to the Glory of God and
in thankful remembrance
of those from this parish
who gave their lives in the
World Wars of 1914-18 & 1939-45

(WW1 names)

1939 - 1945

Victor Forrest * Roy Grant

Lawrence Lush * Ernest Matthews

John Robert Shadwell * Arthur Shears

Terence Simpson

Marble plaque on wall in St Peter's Church.

Praise God
for the love and example of
Oliver Powell Croom-Johnson
Acting Pilot-Officer
in the Auxiliary Air Force
accidentally killed
on active service 30 May 1940
aged 27 years
second son of
The Honourable Sir Reginald
Powell Croom-Johnson
He gave up everything for
the defence of his country
as he had lived with courage
joy and determination

Commonwealth War Graves in churchyard.

Pilot Officer
O.P. Croom-Johnson
Royal Air Force
Auxiliary Air Force
30th May 1940 Age 27

509087 Sergeant
E.W.R. Grieve
Royal Air Force
3rd August 1940 Age 30

My dear husband Ernest.
Ever lovingly remembered
by his wife Edith
and darling daughter Barbara

Pilot Officer
J. Hemingway
Royal Air Force
22nd May 1942 Age 21

All that he had, he gave

575141 Aircraftman 1st Cl.
J.S. Henderson
Royal Air Force
28th March 1941 Age 18

In ever loving memory

581460 Sergeant
L.R. Karasek
Air Gunner
Royal Air Force
25th September 1940

Pilot Officer
E. Orgias
(of New Zealand)
Royal Air Force
25th September 1940 Age 25

Never in the field
of human conflict
was so much owed
by so many to so few

1588635 Flight Sergeant
A. Mercer
Royal Air Force
10th July 1946 Age 30

Loved and remembered always

Flying Officer
R.B. Hitchcock
Royal Australian Air Force
23rd May 1943 Age 25