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MEMORIAL. A petition or representation made by one or more individuals to a legislative or other body. When such instrument is addressed to a court, it is called a petition.

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Legion Scotland chief executive, Dr Claire Armstrong, said: "Legion Scotland's Best Kept War Memorial competition aims to foster public awareness of war memorials, and to encourage a high standard of continuing maintenance.
War Memorials Trust gave PS29,720 and Cadw gave PS10,000, allowing the memorial's statues to be cleaned and waxed.
A report to North Tyneside Council planners says: "In 2013, North Tyneside Council commissioned a review of all the war memorials in the borough of North Tyneside.
THE stories behind the memorials in Alexandra Gardens, Cardiff, can now be discovered using your smartphone.
A PAIR of Birmingham First World War memorials have been granted listed status.
Britain's war memorials commemorate thesacrifice, heroism and selflessness of servicemen and women in conflicts from the 7th centuryBattle of Dunnichen to the Falklands, Iraq and Afghanistan.
REPAIRS Fund could restore your monument TERMS & CONDITIONS A national fund of PS20,000 is being made available in partnership with the War Memorials Trust, for the repair and conservation of one or more war memorials g p p across the UK.
TGALLANTRY Legacy lives on The War Memorials Trust helps communities to look after memorials to their heroes by offering grants as well as coordinating volunteer efforts across the country.
Pionnering submariners are among the fallen remembered on 13 more North East war memorials which have been awarded listed status to mark the centenary of the First World War.
Eden Prairie, MN, August 21, 2015 --( Perfect Memorials, the leading online retailer of premium quality memorial products has introduced a Premium Jewelry Series to their ever-growing list of unique memorials.
They examine socio-political, ethical, and aesthetic aspects of memorials within the frameworks of memory studies and transitional justice.
The listing was changed as part of Historic England's plan to list around 2,500 war memorials over the next five years to commemorate 100 years since World War One.