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The war memorial near Exmoor House in Dulverton commemorates the dead of two world wars.

East Anstey war memorial

Royal arms 1609 in Winsford church. Exmoor was not too remote to escape the outcome of conflict between king and parliament in the 1640s.

Prideaux Place is an Elizabethan house with extensive grounds and a deer park, high above Padstow, Cornwall, with views over the Camel

The mouth of the Wear, source of much of the nation’s power, was a natural enemy target in wartime.

There was a military presence in the port through much of the 18th century, but it was not until the century's end, during the French wars, that a

Ledbury War Memorial commemorates the dead of two World Wars. The memorial was constructed in two stages at the end of each war.

The cap badge on the slope above Foxhole Bottom, made by Australian troops, 1916-17, incorporating glass beer bottle bases.  Polishing the bottles

Codford station, with the stationmaster’s lodge nearby, opened in 1856 at the far south-west corner of the parish, and was linked to the main road

The military cemetery in Codford St Mary, the second largest of its kind in the UK, lies in a peaceful spot by the parish church and contains the g

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