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Parish Location Photo Exterior Conflicts Commemorated Type of Memorial Points of Interest List of Names Location Latitude Location Longitude
Abington Pigotts Within churchyard of St Michaels and All Angels, Church Lane  Y WW1 Stone Cross Portland stone cross with just three names from the First World War. Y 52.0849 -0.097407
Babraham High Street, adjacent to Almshouses  Y WW1 WW2 Stone Cross Celtic style cross enclosed by low plinth wall. Y 52.131 0.209583
Balsham Holy Trinity Church Graveyard  Y WW1 WW2 Medieval style cross This memorial has been subject of grant aided work to improve the legibility of the names. It is listed Grade II. The work of FE Howard. Y 52.1327 0.318365
Balsham Church of Holy Trinity  N WW1 Furnishing - Lectern Timber Lectern containing roll of honour. Y 52.1332 0.318586
Barrington All Saints Church  Y WW1 WW2 Medievil style cross Stone calvery on top of Medieval style cross. Roll of honour on plinth. Y 52.1299 0.038758
Barrington All Saints Church  N WW1 WW2 Wall Plaque Adapted 14th century piscina with church plaque for World War 1 names and timber section for World War 2. Y 52.1303 0.039041
Bartlow St. Mary's Church  N WW1 WW2 Other Niche in wall Plaque to Richard W Potter, Captain of Royal Artillery. N 52.0823 0.313175
Barton St. Peter's Church  N WW1 WW2 Window Names of fallen listed within stained glass window. Church Grade II* Listed. Y 52.1818 0.057715
Bassingbourn Barracks - adjacent to main gates  Y WW2 Bronze Plaques Commemorates the 1st Scouting Force Who served at Bassingbourn 1045, flying P-51 Mustanges to defend bomber missions and 'scouted' the targets.. N 52.093 -0.044184
Bassingbourn Barracks - adjacent to Hanger 1  Y WW2 Bronze Plaques and tree Commemorates 441st sub depot based at USAAF Station 121 Bassingbourn 1942-45. N 52.093 -0.044153
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