Garvestone Village Hall

A memorial stone in the far corner of the playing field behind the Hall records the sacrifice of twelve members of the US Armed Forces, ten of whom were crew who were killed when their B-24 Liberator bomber crashed in the village at 5.30pm on 4 June 1944, and two of whom were firemen who rushed to the scene of the crash and were killed when the aircraft exploded.  You can visit a website about the ‘Garvestone 12’ here.

The memorial stone is located at the back of the village hall near the flagpoles.  The gate to the village hall is never locked.