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ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE

Dame Elizabeth Marvyn Charity. Ufton Court, Ufton Nervet, 	Berkshire 1974. . The dole is given to all residents who attend when they are 	called, one loaf of bread per head to each home of an agricultural 	worker, and one loaf to each other home in the parish. About one 	hundred and fifty loaves of bread are distributed.
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DOLE CHARITY BEQUEST 1970S BRITAIN
Dame Elizabeth Marvyn Charity. Ufton Court, Ufton Nervet, Berkshire 1974. . The dole is given to all residents who attend when they are called, one loaf of bread per head to each home of an agricultural worker, and one loaf to each other home in the parish. About one hundred and fifty loaves of bread are distributed.

Filename: UFTON COURT BERKSHIRE 1970S UK Img238.jpg
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From gallery: ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE
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Date: 27 Feb 2015
Location: Ufton Nervet, BERKSHIRE UK
Credit: Homer Sykes
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Keywords:
  • Dame Elizabeth Marvyn Charity
  • charity
  • Dole
  • Bread
  • Bequest
  • Ufton Court
  • Ufton Nervet
  • Berkshire
  • ARCHIVE STOCK
  • 1970s
  • 70s
  • Folklore
  • annual event
  • Folk custom
  • Ritual
  • ENGLAND
  • BRITAIN
  • UK
  • BRITISH
  • ENGLISH
  • My ref 33a/730/
  • 1974

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