SOUTHBOROUGH WAR MEMORIAL, SOUTHBOROUGH COMMON
The war memorial was built in in 1921 and dedicated on the 13th February to the memory of 207 men of Southborough and High Brooms who died in WW1. Further tablets were added to commemorate the 44 who died in WW2. There are conflicting details about who built it, with some saying it was built by Wood and Wallis of Tunbridge Wells out of blue Forest of Dean stone and some by Burslem Memorials Ltd.
SOUTHBOROUGH & HIGH BROOMS REMEMBERS
Local resident, Judith Johnson, has written a book about those named on the memorial. It can be ordered from any good bookshop and online: www.judithjohnson.co.uk