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Plaque on a wall in Bridge Street, Dulverton marking the great height to which the floodwater rose.

This building was acquired by Sikhs in 1978 to replace the city’s first Gudwara which had been originally 1958 at 8 St.

Originally used as a girls’ church school until 1950 and then variously as a Conservative Club and veterinary supplies storage and distribution cen

This famous well is located near St Keyne’s Church.

One of the last acts of the Paul Urban District Council was to put up street nameplates in Newlyn (though not Mousehole) as a belated response to r

After the First World War the government announced its intention to provide 'homes fit for heroes' for returning servicemen and their families.

Most of today’s settlement lies along the High Street, the old main road running slightly south-eastwards from Codford St Peter to the bridge over

The Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery is a large museum and art gallery in Bristol, England.

Salisbury had markets on Tuesdays and Saturdays between 1361 and 1960; there was no market on the other four to encourage trade in Old Sarum and Wi

During World War I, military units were based throughout Salisbury Plain for training before deployment to the front.

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