William Monk, Diary 1917 of an allotment run by Clayton-le-Moors Working Mens Club, item 6

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1917

3

 January

and vegetables produced,

assured the saving in the

end, tons of wheat for the

making of bread. The

Council issued circulars

to the members and the

public generally, to the

effect, that they were in

a position to let plots

of land, for the cultivation

of potatoes and other

vegetables. Also supply

plough and horses if

required, to help along

the same.

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1917

3

 January

and vegetables produced,

assured the saving in the

end, tons of wheat for the

making of bread. The

Council issued circulars

to the members and the

public generally, to the

effect, that they were in

a position to let plots

of land, for the cultivation

of potatoes and other

vegetables. Also supply

plough and horses if

required, to help along

the same.


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  • November 1, 2017 14:31:08 Thomas A. Lingner

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    1917

    3

     January

    and vegetables produced,

    assured the saving in the

    end, tons of wheat for the

    making of bread. The

    Council issued circulars

    to the members and the

    public generally, to the

    effect, that they were in

    a position to let plots

    of land, for the cultivation

    of potatoes and other

    vegetables. Also supply

    plough and horses if

    required, to help along

    the same.

  • November 1, 2017 14:30:33 Thomas A. Lingner

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    1917

    3

     January

    and vegetables produced,

    assured the saving in the

    end, tons of wheat for the

    making of bread. The

    Council issued circulars

    to the members and the

    public generally to the

    effect that they were in

    a position to let plots

    of land, for the cultivation

    of potatoes and other

    vegetables. Also supply

    plough and horses if

    required, to help along

    the same.


  • November 1, 2017 14:18:47 Thomas A. Lingner

    1917

    3

     January

    and vegetables produced,

    assured the saving in the

    end, tons of wheat for the

    making of bread. The

    Council issued circulars

    to the members and the

    public generally to the

    effect that they were in

    a position to let plots

    of land, for the cultivation

    of potatoes and other

    vegetables. Also supply

    plough and horses if

    required, to help along

    the same.


  • February 16, 2017 21:55:16 Sue Bryant

    1917

    3

     

    And vegetables produced,

    January assured the saving in the

    End, tons of wheat for the

    Making of breads. The

    Council issued circulars

    to the members and the

    Public generally to the

    Effect that they were in

    A position to let plots

    Of land, for the cultivation

    of potatoes and other

    vegetables. Also supply

    Plough and horses if

    required, to help along

    the same.


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    Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire

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