William Monk, Diary 1917 of an allotment run by Clayton-le-Moors Working Mens Club, item 16

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1917.

13

March


also two or three meetings on

Sunday evenings, resulted in

close on 100 volunteers. Now then

this was encouraging, success

was assured. During this

period the seed potatoes had

arrived, and we cut them up

and stored them in Mr. Poole's

room (who was kindly lent us the

same) when we were ready to

set some of the seeds, a snow 

storm came over the district,

and the ground was covered

about a fortnight. (Thus the 

land committes [sic] troubles had

now begun!)

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1917.

13

March


also two or three meetings on

Sunday evenings, resulted in

close on 100 volunteers. Now then

this was encouraging, success

was assured. During this

period the seed potatoes had

arrived, and we cut them up

and stored them in Mr. Poole's

room (who was kindly lent us the

same) when we were ready to

set some of the seeds, a snow 

storm came over the district,

and the ground was covered

about a fortnight. (Thus the 

land committes [sic] troubles had

now begun!)


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  • November 1, 2017 16:55:33 Thomas A. Lingner

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    1917.

    13

    March


    also two or three meetings on

    Sunday evenings, resulted in

    close on 100 volunteers. Now then

    this was encouraging, success

    was assured. During this

    period the seed potatoes had

    arrived, and we cut them up

    and stored them in Mr. Poole's

    room (who was kindly lent us the

    same) when we were ready to

    set some of the seeds, a snow 

    storm came over the district,

    and the ground was covered

    about a fortnight. (Thus the 

    land committes [sic] troubles had

    now begun!)

  • June 13, 2017 17:42:14 L G

    1917.

    13

    March


    also two or three meetings on

    Sunday evenings, resulted in

    close on 100 volunteers. Now then

    this was encouraging, success

    was assured. During this

    period the seed potatoes had

    arrived, and we cut them up

    and stored them in Mr. Poole's

    room (who was kindly lent us the

    same) when we were ready to

    set some of the seeds, a snow 

    storm came over the district,

    and the ground was covered

    about a fortnight. (Thus the 

    land committes [sic] troubles had

    now begun.)


  • March 2, 2017 01:08:52 S. J. Adams

    1917.

    13

    March


    also two or three meetings on

    Sunday evenings, resulted in

    close on 100 volunteers. Now then

    this was encouraging, success

    was assured. During this

    period the seed potatoes had

    arrived, and we cut them up

    and stored them in Mr. Toole's

    room (who was kindly lent us the

    same) when we were ready to

    set some of the seeds, a snow 

    storm came over the district,

    and the ground was covered

    about a fortnight. (Thus the 

    land committes [sic] troubles had

    now begun.)


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    Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire

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Mar, 1917
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