War memorial’s four-figure facelift
Biddulph’s war memorial is to undergo a four-figure facelift after town councillors agreed to commission a range of repairs.
The memorial, which stands at the junction between Congleton Road and John Street, depicts a soldier holding a rifle and bears the names of the local men who died while serving during the First and Second World Wars.
However, the figure nose has a broken nose and there are cracked areas running across the stonework.
At a meeting of Biddulph Town Council’s Town and Community Committee last Tuesday, chief officer Sarah Haydon spoke more about the repairs.
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