A statue of a World War 1 soldier who saved a comrade’s life and won the Victoria Cross has been unveiled. Richard Bennett, chairman of the Trooper Potts VC Trust, said: “It is about having hope, and a lot of hard work”. Fred Potts rescued Arthur Andrews during the Gallipoli campaign in 1915. The Trooper Potts VC Trust has campaigned for a statue for five years.
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