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Crediton 2016

Crediton 2016

Devon

Devon

Devon

Devon

Just another Devon vista - can't complain...

Just another Devon vista - can't complain...

The Manor Somerset - Available for Private Hire!

The Manor Somerset - Available for Private Hire!

More roofwork - Stockleigh Pomeroy Village Hall roof structure

More roofwork - Stockleigh Pomeroy Village Hall roof structure

Roof work!

Roof work!

Sandford Village in the background

Sandford Village in the background


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Somewhere nr Crediton

Somewhere nr Crediton

Haldon Hill, nr Exeter

Haldon Hill, nr Exeter

Fordton Terrace, where my mother was born in 1933.

Fordton Terrace, where my mother was born in 1933.

Photos of Creditons woolen industry - Google Search

Photos of Creditons woolen industry - Google Search

Peoples Park in colour. Looks completely different now!

Peoples Park in colour. Looks completely different now!

Haywards School again.

Haywards School again.

CREDITON:  Crediton is a lively market town with an unusually magnificent church and a famous saint. It was once a wealthy woollen town, but even more important was its rich spiritual heritage, for St. Boniface was born here in 680 AD. Crediton contains many local independent retailers, a refreshing antidote to High Street chains, and there is also a thriving farmers' market.  http://www.heartofdevon.com/places-to-visit/crediton-p334833

CREDITON: Crediton is a lively market town with an unusually magnificent church and a famous saint. It was once a wealthy woollen town, but even more important was its rich spiritual heritage, for St. Boniface was born here in 680 AD. Crediton contains many local independent retailers, a refreshing antidote to High Street chains, and there is also a thriving farmers' market. http://www.heartofdevon.com/places-to-visit/crediton-p334833

Picture of Crediton War memorial.  My Great Uncle Lewis Albert Keen's name is carved here. He died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme.  He will not be forgotten.

Picture of Crediton War memorial. My Great Uncle Lewis Albert Keen's name is carved here. He died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. He will not be forgotten.

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