MOULTON Parish Council is looking to commemorate the centenary of The First World War’s conclusion this November, and needs your help to do it.

The council wants to commission and install a tile to be placed in front of the village’s war memorial, in Main Road.

The statue of a soldier was unveiled in 1920 – two years after the war – and is a Grade II-listed structure, but the current generation now has a chance to add a lasting tribute to those who gave their lives for their country.

A post on the council’s Facebook page said: “This year is the 100th anniversary of the end of The First World War.

“In commemoration the parish council is looking to commission a tile, approximately 2ft by 2ft, which will be placed on the floor in front of the cenotaph and would like to invite design ideas for the tile.

“We would like your ideas and designs sent to the parish clerk – – before Monday, May 14.”

The war memorial depicts in marble a soldier from the Cheshire Regiment.

The plinth bears inscriptions commemorating the First and Second World Wars, as well as the 50th anniversary of VE Day in 1995.

The memorial was vandalised in 2016, but swiftly repaired.