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St Anselm's in Tooting Bec's war dead remembered with plaque

A plaque has been put up in a church that until now did not have any way to remember its war dead.

Until now, St Anselm's in Tooting Bec did not have any war memorials.

Its priest Father William Hebborn changed that with the help of two parishioners who were each experts in both of the world wars.

Father Hebborn and historians John Pontifex and Nick Dunne as well as Stephen Marsh, the nephew of flight officer Daniel Corry, all talk about what the plaque means to them.

  • 10 Nov 2014
  • From the section London
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