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Warsop Vale Warsop Vale Mission Church
A memorial to the parishioners who did not return from World War I was originally located in the churchyard. After the Mission closed the stone housing supporting and framing the memorial was removed and later rebuilt on the recreation ground, where it remains today. The tablet bearing the names is said to have been damaged during the removal and a new one is in place. The whole memorial is protected with modern iron railings and accessible via an unlocked gate and even in early summer it is adorned by three poppy wreaths.
The memorial is in four parts, a base of four tapering sides of coursed light rough pointed stone possibly originally from a local source, Mansfield, or nearby Derbyshire. This is surmounted by a flat stone of a darker colour that supports a smaller stone and is faced with a dark marble tablet on which the names of fallen are recorded. A tapered four-sided stone almost the height of the stones it rests upon completes the assembly. This stone has a cross carved into the face over the names and a marble tablet with gold lettering: