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18 September 2014 - Monthly Meeting

8:00 pm - Hanslope School, Long Street Road, MK19 7BL

Speaker: John Cornwall

Topic: In Deepest Buckinghamshire - a Natural History

(Please note the change in speaker and topic than previously announced)

Latest additions:

Completely revised section on the church
including
Interactive Interior
panoramas

William Tame's letters from the Crimea

Can you help with information about Wartime Hanslope?

Did you live in Hanslope during World War 2?
Were you perhaps involved in the local war effort?
Do you have any original documents e.g. Ration Books, Posters etc used locally?
Did you or your family perhaps take in evacuees?
Do you have any photos of the village from this time?

We are keen to record any history of this period and would love to hear from you.

Please contact Daran Scarlett on 07841 321118 or email at dscarlett@esriuk.com

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