Warsop Church and Cenotaph

Warsop Church and Cenotaph
Warsop Church and Cenotaph
Warsop Church and Cenotaph
Warsop Church and Cenotaph
Warsop Church and Cenotaph
Warsop Church and Cenotaph
Warsop Church and Cenotaph
Warsop Church and Cenotaph

 

These photos were taken on the 14th July 2020 as we walked from ‘The Carrs’ car park up to the church.

 

The red poppies added extra meaning to the wreaths still round the cenotaph.

 

The leaning yew trees were very strange to walk through and a walk round the outside of the church had many interesting features such as blocked up doorways that had been done over a period of time.

 

A display board told readers about the history of the church.

 

The church itself will hold many memories for people, family baptisms and weddings, even the sadness of funerals.

 

What does Warsop church mean for you?

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  • My mum and Dad were married there December 1932? (Laura Annie Carr and Alfred Warsop Parsons. My Dad was in the Royal Navy where he was involved in many battles including Russian Convoys in WW2, and I was born in Plymouth.
    My Uncle Ernest Carr (Dick), was in the church choir and as he was a woodwork teacher in Warsop, he did many repairs in the church. When he died in 1976 a memorial clock was placed in the parish rooms I think. My Aunt Emily Carr (Pop) parents used to own the Greendale Oak. Anyone remember any of my family? I lived in Plymouth so barely met any.

    By Angela Harris (04/09/2020)

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