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Sheffield Cathedral The Chapel of Saint George
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Sheffield Cathedral.  The Chapel of St George.

This section of the Cathedral is now the Regimental Chapel dedicated to the York and Lancaster Regiment.  All around are names of true heros who have given their most precious gift, their lives, in Service of their Country.

In addition Her Majesty's Ships of the Royal Navy who have borne the name of the City of Sheffield are also remembered here.

Copyright: Ivor Linington
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