How memorials to The Fallen in Grimsby have been transformed ahead of Remembrance services
Two of Grimsby's memorials to The Fallen have been brought back to their glorious best in time for Remembrance Sunday tomorrow.
Grimsby Cenotaph has been cleaned and will be the centrepiece for the annual service.
After a service in St James' Church, representatives of The Armed Forces and related associations will parade along Bargate to the Cenotaph at Nuns Corner.
Following a public outcry about the state of the memorial when when many residents complained about its condition, North East Lincolnshire Council commissioned a firm to carry out cleaning work.
It had become tarnished by algae... read more
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