The plaque remembers three Jewish women who were deported and died in Auschwitz
A Guernsey memorial plaque put in place 10 years ago is being restored after being vandalised.The plaque, in memory of three Jewish women deported during the Occupation in World War II, will undergo specialist cleaning and restoration.Helen Glencross, historic sites curator for Guernsey Museum, said it was sad it “hadn’t been treated as it should”.She said: “The women later died in Auschwitz, I think it’s very symbolic of the holocaust.”Mrs Glencross said: “Therefore it has a lot of meaning to many people.”