William Monk, Diary 1917 of an allotment run by Clayton-le-Moors Working Mens Club, item 23

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1917

20

May


hour or two per week. Had

it come to this, that the Club

having taken a plot of land

could not provide the necessary

help and thus have it go to rack

and ruin and bring the Clubs

name to ridicule. No the

situation was saved by those few

stalwarts, who have assisted

the Land Committee all through

Messrs Richardson, Bergin, Huthers, A

Parkinson, R. Dickenson, + W Taylor.

every praise is due to these men

+ the Committe workers, who have

labored continuously , week in +

week out for over six months

in spite of the sneers and insinuations

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1917

20

May


hour or two per week. Had

it come to this, that the Club

having taken a plot of land

could not provide the necessary

help and thus have it go to rack

and ruin and bring the Clubs

name to ridicule. No the

situation was saved by those few

stalwarts, who have assisted

the Land Committee all through

Messrs Richardson, Bergin, Huthers, A

Parkinson, R. Dickenson, + W Taylor.

every praise is due to these men

+ the Committe workers, who have

labored continuously , week in +

week out for over six months

in spite of the sneers and insinuations


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  • November 1, 2017 18:27:20 Thomas A. Lingner

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    1917

    20

    May


    hour or two per week. Had

    it come to this, that the Club

    having taken a plot of land

    could not provide the necessary

    help and thus have it go to rack

    and ruin and bring the Clubs

    name to ridicule. No the

    situation was saved by those few

    stalwarts, who have assisted

    the Land Committee all through

    Messrs Richardson, Bergin, Huthers, A

    Parkinson, R. Dickenson, + W Taylor.

    every praise is due to these men

    + the Committe workers, who have

    labored continuously , week in +

    week out for over six months

    in spite of the sneers and insinuations

  • March 3, 2017 21:55:03 Emily Kirk

    1917 May

    20


    hour or two per week. Had

    it come to this, that the Club

    having taken a plot of land

    could not provide the necessary

    help and thus have it go to rack

    and ruin and bring the Clubs

    name to ridicule. No the

    situation was saved by those few

    stalwarts, who have assisted

    the Land Committee all through

    Messrs Richardson, Bergin, Huthers, A

    Parkinson, R. Dickenson, + W Taylor.

    every praise is due to these men

    + the Committee workers, who have

    labored continuously , week in +

    week out for over six months

    in spite of the sneers and insinuations


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    Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire

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May, 1917
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