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Caption for Woodstock, Bear Hotel And Market Place C1960: The Town Hall, built in 1766 by William Chambers and paid for by the Duke of Marlborough, has a prominent site overlooking the Market Place. The historic Bear Inn on the right with its brown bear pub sign was an old coaching inn, and dates back to the 13th century. Woodstock's post office is on the left next to the building with the railed frontage.

Memories of Woodstock

My father came up from Wales to work at Blenheim as a youngster.He was born in 1922 and he started work as a teenager, I think. His first name was Edward, but as there was another already in post, so they called him by another name. Apparently the staff were responsible for taking him for his first (...Read full memory)

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