Historic England has announced 50 war memorials that are to be listed across the country, including a number in East Anglia, to mark Armistice Day.
Marking the centenary of the First World War, the listing are a bid to protect 2,500 war memorials by 2018.
The memorials are recognised for their historic and architectural importance and have been listed by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of Historic England.
War memorials listed in the East of England
- St Neots War Memorial, St Mary's Churchyard, Brook Street
- Steeple Morden War Memorial, Chuchyard of the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Hay Street
- Bluntisham and Earith War Memorial, Village Green, Junction of Holliday's Road and Rectory Road
- Little Stukeley War Memorial, Churchyard of St Martin's Church, Church Way
- Langleybury War Memorial, Junction of Langleybury Lane and the A41, Hunton Bridge, Kings Langley
- Leverstock Green War Memorial, Corner of Leverstock Green and Church Road
- Hemel Hempstead War Memorial, Corner of St John's Road and Station Road
- Bourne End War Memorial, Near the Watermill Hotel London Road Bourne End Hemel Hempstead
- War Memorial at St Michael and All Angels Church, Berkhamsted, Ivy House Lane
- Wilstone War Memorial, Junction of New Road and Tring Road
- Wigginton War Memorial, Corner of Hemp Lane and The Twist, Near St Bartholomew's Church
- Berkhamsted War Memorial, Corner of High Street and Church Lane
- Inns of Court Officers Training Corps Memorial, Berkhamsted Common
- Martin War Memorial, Churchyard of the Holy Trinity Church, High Street
- West Acre and District War Memorial, Village Green
- Wrestlingworth War Memorial, Churchyard of the Church of St Peter, Church Lane
To find out more on how you can nominate a war memorial in your area, please go to the Historic England website.