Laverstock villagers campaign for World War II memorial

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Residents of a Wiltshire village are campaigning for a permanent memorial to honour those who died in World War II.

The plan would see a brass plaque placed in St Andrew's Church in Laverstock in memory of eight servicemen from the village.

Organisers hope to have it in place in time for Remembrance Day.

Church Warden Bryan Evans said: "We hope the memorial will be there for a long time and allow people to reflect on those who have died."

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