A Nottinghamshire village has unveiled its first war memorial, almost 80 years after the idea was first raised.
Campaigners raised £5,000 to install the memorial
The monument, which stands in Blidworth, near Mansfield, is a memorial to local soldiers killed in conflict since World War I.
It includes the name of Pte Andrew Cutts, a soldier from Blidworth shot in Afghanistan in 2006. His family was chosen to unveil the memorial.
The Blidworth Memorial Group have raised £5,000 for the stone monument.
A further ceremony will take place on 11 November to mark Remembrance Sunday.