Merrow War Memorial

Many thanks for your help.

The Memorial was cleaned and repaired in 2002 . It has weathered many storms in the last 20 years, but sadly storm Eunice, in February 2022, cast the pillar and cross to the ground.
Subsequent to the appeal by The Friends of St. Johns and your generosity, it has now been repaired. Please see

War Memorial Book
It is hoped that the contents of this book will remind successive generations of the impact of two world wars on the village of Merrow, the dreadful circumstances in which so many Merrow men lost their lives and the scale of the sacrifice made on behalf of future generations.
Tony Neale,
May, 2002.

War Memorial
The Merrow village war memorial was unveiled by General Lord Rawlinson on the Friday evening of 20th July, 1920.

Virtual Tour of War Memorial
Link to Friends of St John’s Church web site.

Victory Oak
At the Northern end of Old Merrow Street stands “The Victory Oak”.

Cemeteries and War Memorials
Photographs of a selection of various war cemeteries and war memorials where men from Merrow, who gave their lives in the two World Wars, are commemorated.