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The Seat which has the name of the 18th Battalion Durham Light Infantry wrought on the seat was unveiled on Monday the 19th September 2016.The funding of this memorial was raised by a number of Durham organisations including the Northern Echo, the County Council, the DLI Trustees, Durham Cathedral, and Durham University.Her knowledge of the Morpeth area and the War Memorials of the North East is phenomenal and North East Local and Family Historians owe much to her work, perseverance and dedication.Her meticulous recording of War Memorials long after the original project finished means that the North East War Memorials Project is the envy of many areas of the country as uniquely it covers two large counties with Newcastle upon Tyne area in between.In 1988 ANLHS took up the idea of the project to record all the war memorials in Northumberland.This was six months before the Imperial War Museum started their list, and the ANLHS worked hard with them.

Councillor Edward Bell and Colonel James Ramsbotham unveiled the memorial.It takes the form of a skeletal Spitfire, to scale, by the grandson of the man who founded the first aircraft model shop in the world in Newcastle. Other county societies which tried to get local societies to join them found great difficulty, trying to catch free range chickens after they were hatched, where the ANLHS had laid the eggs from which their members sprung!The file is listed under Stannington, because the memorial is located near the former administration building, now St. After a few years the name was altered to reflect the changing nature of the society.British Association for Local History - Founder Member; Morpeth Antiquarian Society - Member since 1980s; secretary for 13 years; former keeper of Museum holdings; author and editor of several books; Vice President; Morpeth Northumbrian Gathering - Hon Treasurer for over 30 years; North East War Memorials Project - Founder; Chair 2004 -present; Web site Controller 2004 to date Northumberland Archives Consultative Committee - Member since 1999 Northumbrian Language Society - Founder member since 1980s - Vice President War Memorials Trust - Regional Volunteer for over 20 years Janet Brown has worked tirelessly for all the Northumbrian organisations she has been involved with over the years.It would be hard to quantify the number of hours Janet has dedicated to her Local History interests.

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