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Elm Tree - a Memory of Tintinhull.

I remember well the village green ,the stocks and the enormous elm tree, we had to walk from school beside St Margarets church, over the green, past the tree and the stocks to the village hall where we had our lunch(ugh school dinners) do you remember Mrs Kensington? Sorry to say the tree was lost to dutch elm disease, the stocks were moved to side of the main walkway into the churchyard.
Great memories of the village I left in 2000
Wendy Leach


A memory shared by Wendy Leach on Sep 21st, 2007. Send Wendy Leach a message

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