Local historian group Men of Worth Project, carried out a survey of war memorials in the Keighley area removed from churches and other buildings because of their closure back in 2011.

On of the memorials was from Cross Roads Primitive Methodist Sunday School. A photo of the original memorial was included in an album in the Keighley Local Studies Library but the whereabouts of the memorial was a mystery.

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On Saturday 11th February 2017, the Men of Worth project opened the replica War Memorial situated at the Memorial Hall, Cross Roads Park. The War Memorial was opened by Andy Wade, Ian Walkden (Men of Worth project) & Tito Arena (Friends of Cross Roads Park). 

Members of the Men of Worth local military history project have put together a replica of the Cross Roads Primitive Methodist Sunday School. Their painstaking efforts have enabled the replacement of the original, which went missing. 

The memorial features both names and photographs of many local men. 

Men of Worth | Keighley News Article