My visit to Stroud in September 2017 was somewhat of a disaster, although a number of goals were achieved. One of those goals was to photograph any war memorials that I would see on my way. Unfortunately the Stroud War Memorial was in an area which was far removed from where I ended up but one day I may return. As far as I can see it is situated at 51.747915°, -2.214784°.
The major war memorial that I saw was in St Laurence Church in Stroud, and the World War 1 section was remarkably legible.
Flanking this central Roll of Honour are the names for the Second World War. A Book of Remembrance is kept in a glass case near the memorial.
There are more images of the church in the blogpost that I did about my trip to Stroud
My next memorial I found in The Holy Trinity Church which I passed on my way to the cemetery. The memorial looks like it was made from alabaster and it had a screen blocking off the best view. The two windows on either side of it confused my camera too.
A shot from the side did leave me with a more legible Roll of Honour so all is not lost.
That was my collection from Stroud. I will have to return one day to get the war memorial and revisit Painswick. Just not this year.
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