For this church:
The war memorial is made of wood, some 4.5ft high by 2.5ft wide. It was constructed by Walter Farmer who lived in the village, and commemorates the fallen of World War I. It is sited in the blocked door in the north aisle, being moved there in 1984 from its previous site on the east wall of the south aisle.
It is lettered in gold Roman capitals and bears the following inscription:
Below this memorial there is a chest with two brass candlesticks and a card plaque commemorating the 50th Anniversary of “the Few” in the Battle of Britain.
On the front side of the chest are five wooden plaques decorated with - from left to right - the badges of the following regiments:
To the left of the memorial is a ‘Flanders Cross’, a relic from World War I with metal tape giving details of Captain Laws. A replacement in Portland Stone is in Voormezele Cemetery near Ypres.
There is no war memorial for World War II.