All Saints', Wrington
|A proud and fitting addition to the interior of All Saints' is the plaque bearing the names of those from Wrington who fell in the two world wars, and listed until now only on the war memorial in the churchyard.
The whole idea was proposed and pushed forward by Vera Perry, whose father is among those commemorated.
|Tyne Cot cemetery, Belgium|
|Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends
The stone was worked and installed by David Brown of School Road, to match and balance the Wills plaque and Royal British Legion (Wrington Branch) standard on the north side of the entry to the vestry.
|Some of the families of the men named on the plaque attended the 9.30 service on Sunday morning - like Paul King from Cheshire taking coffee with Vera Perry|
|The service of dedication in the afternoon included members of the Wrington Branch of the Royal British Legion.
For the dedication itself, the Rector called all family members of those named to join him at the plaque.
| David Brown, the stonemason by the plaque
The families of those named, and RBL members