Children at the rededication
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Barrow-upon-Trent WW1 memorial cross rededicated

A village dubbed the most patriotic in England has had its World War One memorial cross rededicated to mark the war's centenary.

The cross was given to Barrow-upon-Trent because it won a competition for having a higher proportion of its men sign up than any other village in Derbyshire.

Reporter Paul Bradshaw spoke to rededication organiser Anne Heathcote, the Duke of Devonshire, and a relative of a World War One casualty.

  • 20 Sep 2014
  • From the section Derby
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