Great-grandson’s fitting tribute to Marham wartime angel
Known as the ‘Mother of the Wounded’ during World War I, a Marham woman has been recognised with a plaque unveiled in her honour.
Constance Baker (1868-1929) has been commemorated with a blue plaque at Marham Village Hall, with her great-grandson travelling from London for the occasion.
West Norfolk mayor Geoff Hipperson and the mayor of Hammersmith and Fulham, Daryl Brown, were also in attendance on Saturday to honour Constance.
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