The Billy Row war memorial is a statue of soldier leaning on reversed rifle with head bowed. He stands on a large pedestal which has a rounded pillar at each corner with decorated capitals. At the top of the sides of the pedestal is a laurel wreath carved in three quarters relief.
The inscriptions are in sunken on the sides and front of the pedestal, between the pillars, below the name of the place : Billy Row; Grahamsley; Roddymoor and Whitelea.
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