Dunning War Memorials

Dunning is a village in Strathearn, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. Its War Memorial is a Celtic Cross set into a shaped stone above a series of steps.

The steps are inscribed with the dates 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918. The cross has 1919 just below it. The main tablet is inscribed, “Erected by the inhabitants of Dunning and District in grateful memory of the men from the neighbourhood who fell in the Great War.” The curved one above states, “These four tablets were added in memory of those who died in the war 1939 – 1945.”

Dunning War Memorial from West

From east:-

Dunning War Memorial from East

From north:-

Dunning War Memorial from North

From south:-

Dunning War Memorial from South

One of the faces of Dunning War Memorial showing names for both World Wars:-

Dunning War Memorial Names

On the wall of the churchyard is a plaque installed in 1995 expressing thanks to the villagers from grateful World War 2 evacuees:-

Dunning War Memorial Plaque on Churchyard Wall

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