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The Village showing the war Memorial

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The Village showing the war Memorial
Undated. View of The Village looking from the direction of Bridge Foot. Thorp Arch Park bends round to the left with the War Memorial situated at the bottom left. Church Causeway is the junction seen on the right. The War Memorial was erected in 1919 to commemorate the ten men of Thorp Arch who gave their lives.

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Lara Colman

The house featured in the picture with the ivy growing up the front has been in my mother's family for centuries...her cousin still lives there to this day!

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