In September 1919, the children of Kildwick school were each presented with a Peace Medallion, by W.A. Brigg. The medallion commemorated the signing of the Versailles Agreement, and was one of a number of designs used in different areas of the country
Photographs of this medallion have recently been donated to the project:
The front shows a child receiving a gun from a kneeling soldier and presenting him with laurel leaves. The child is watched over by an angel holding a dove of peace.
On the rear, the text reads:
Crosshills & Dist.
To commemorate the victorious conclusion of the Great War
and the signing of the peace
June 28th 1919