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Belton at Peace.

At Belton, peace celebrations were held to mark the end of the Great War. People paraded the length and breadth of the parish on horse and cart. Later a war memorial was built by public subscription and unveiled in 1919 with Alderman Ross dressing up as St. George.

 

Westgate

Travelling west along Westgate.

 

Stocks Hill

At the top of Stocks Hill.

 

Unknown view

Elsewhere en-route.

 

St. George (1919)

St. George at the unveiling.

 

At the unveiling (1919)

Crowds gather around the memorial.

 

War memorial

Later photograph of the memorial.

 

 


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