William Monk, Diary 1917 of an allotment run by Clayton-le-Moors Working Mens Club, item 10

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1917

7

February


which consisted of close

on three acres available. 

The remaining portion of 

the field being let to 

four small plot holders, 

messrs. Poole, Ramshaw

Duckworth + Iddon (Ploughman)

The idea of the committee

was to to take not over

an acre, but being informed

that if we only took an 

acre, we should have to 

fence the rest off. in 

that case we decided

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1917

7

February


which consisted of close

on three acres available. 

The remaining portion of 

the field being let to 

four small plot holders, 

messrs. Poole, Ramshaw

Duckworth + Iddon (Ploughman)

The idea of the committee

was to to take not over

an acre, but being informed

that if we only took an 

acre, we should have to 

fence the rest off. in 

that case we decided


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  • November 1, 2017 15:05:32 Thomas A. Lingner

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    1917

    7

    February


    which consisted of close

    on three acres available. 

    The remaining portion of 

    the field being let to 

    four small plot holders, 

    messrs. Poole, Ramshaw

    Duckworth + Iddon (Ploughman)

    The idea of the committee

    was to to take not over

    an acre, but being informed

    that if we only took an 

    acre, we should have to 

    fence the rest off. in 

    that case we decided

  • February 28, 2017 18:53:13 Danielle Catalano

    1917

    7

    February


    which consisted of close

    on three acres available. 

    The remaining portion of 

    the field, being let to 

    four small plot holders, 

    messrs. Poole, Ramshaw

    Duckworth + Iddon (Ploughman)

    The idea of the committe

    was to to take not over

    an acre, but being informed

    that if we only took an 

    acre, we should have to 

    fence the rest off. in 

    that case we decided


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    Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire

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1917
  • English


  • Home Front
  • victory garden



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