William Monk, Diary 1917 of an allotment run by Clayton-le-Moors Working Mens Club, item 30

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1917

27

August + September

on this Land. Helping to produce

food, not for profit,

but for use. So when peace

is declared the Club will

be able to point out to

any other organisation in

the township that at least

we did something to bring

about victory.

Having finished the sale

of our early Potatoes on August 9th

The next performance was

the pulling up of the King

Edwards. We worked at

night and sold mostly on

Saturday afternoons +

Sunday mornings.


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1917

27

August + September

on this Land. Helping to produce

food, not for profit,

but for use. So when peace

is declared the Club will

be able to point out to

any other organisation in

the township that at least

we did something to bring

about victory.

Having finished the sale

of our early Potatoes on August 9th

The next performance was

the pulling up of the King

Edwards. We worked at

night and sold mostly on

Saturday afternoons +

Sunday mornings.



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  • November 1, 2017 18:45:33 Thomas A. Lingner

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    1917

    27

    August + September

    on this Land. Helping to produce

    food, not for profit,

    but for use. So when peace

    is declared the Club will

    be able to point out to

    any other organisation in

    the township that at least

    we did something to bring

    about victory.

    Having finished the sale

    of our early Potatoes on August 9th

    The next performance was

    the pulling up of the King

    Edwards. We worked at

    night and sold mostly on

    Saturday afternoons +

    Sunday mornings.


  • March 8, 2017 20:11:33 Elizabeth Ferro

    1917 August + September     27

    on this Land. Helping to pro-

    duce food, not for profit,

    but for use. So when peace

    is declared the Club will

    be able to point out to

    any other organisation in

    the township that at least

    we did something to bring

    about victory.

    __________________________

    Having finished the sales

    of our early Potatoes on August 9th

    The next performance was

    the pulling up of the King

    Edwards. We worked at

    night and sold mostly on

    Saturday afternoons +

    Sunday mornings.



  • March 8, 2017 20:08:08 Elizabeth Ferro

    1917 August + September                   27


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    Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire

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Aug, 1917
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