William Monk, Diary 1917 of an allotment run by Clayton-le-Moors Working Mens Club, item 33

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1917.

30

October

could do a bit of 'Graft.'

also the cutting of steps

up the hill by J. Hudder

was no small job

It convinced us of the

need for a cinder path

at the bottom of hill

which was wretchedly

wet and sloppy at this

time of the year (By the

way Mr. Poole objected to

us putting cinders on the

land.) But we are having

cinders put on in spite of

any opposition. The club

committe having empowerd

us.

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1917.

30

October

could do a bit of 'Graft.'

also the cutting of steps

up the hill by J. Hudder

was no small job

It convinced us of the

need for a cinder path

at the bottom of hill

which was wretchedly

wet and sloppy at this

time of the year (By the

way Mr. Poole objected to

us putting cinders on the

land.) But we are having

cinders put on in spite of

any opposition. The club

committe having empowerd

us.


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  • November 1, 2017 18:53:27 Thomas A. Lingner

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    1917.

    30

    October

    could do a bit of 'Graft.'

    also the cutting of steps

    up the hill by J. Hudder

    was no small job

    It convinced us of the

    need for a cinder path

    at the bottom of hill

    which was wretchedly

    wet and sloppy at this

    time of the year (By the

    way Mr. Poole objected to

    us putting cinders on the

    land.) But we are having

    cinders put on in spite of

    any opposition. The club

    committe having empowerd

    us.

  • March 8, 2017 22:46:12 Elizabeth Ferro

    1917. October                        30

    could do a bit of 'Graft.'

    also the cutting of steps

    up the hill by G. Hudder

    was no small job_______

    It convinced us of the

    need for a cinder path

    at the bottom of hill

    which was wretchedly

    wet and sloppy at this

    time of the year (By the

    way Mr. Poole objected to

    us putting cinders on the

    land.) But we are having cinders put on in spite of

    any opposition. The club committe having empowerd

    us.


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    Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire

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Oct, 1917
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