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The Winchcombe War Memorial was unveiled on August 4 1920, and every November there has been a ceremony to remember local men who died.
Over the years their names and stories have been forgotten - leaving only surnames and initials. Research over recent years has re-discovered their names, and some of their stories, and the names and stories of other local men, whom we will remember on the anniversary of their deaths.
There is more detail in the museum - if you would like more information, please get in touch.
Those fallen local men are listed here by the month that they fell - to view them simply click on the appropriate month.
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