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Choose from 80 pictures in our 00610 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


This is a bottle party sponsored by the town vicar Featured 00610 Image

This is a bottle party sponsored by the town vicar

This is a bottle party sponsored by the town vicar. According to tradition the rector of Hallaton has to provide the beer which fills the bottle that is, the five-pint barrel which is used as football in the annual inter-village bottle kicking contest held between the village of Hallaton and Medbury. He also has to provide a hare pie to be divided among the players. The object is to get the barrel, by fair means or foul, over the boundary brook dividing the two villages. After a recent contest, Fred Jones, of Hallaton, is shown top of the Butter Cross on the village green holding the bottle aloft. After this victory flourish the beer was divided among the villagers. But five pints didn't go far. There was a heavy run on the village pubs to make up the deficiencey. Leicestershire, 12th July 1946

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On 364 days of the year Lairg, Sutherland, is a quiet village of 1,046 people Featured 00610 Image

On 364 days of the year Lairg, Sutherland, is a quiet village of 1,046 people

On 364 days of the year Lairg, Sutherland, is a quiet village of 1,046 people. The only excitement is the catching of a large salmon or the weekly visit of a mobile cinema. But once a year the lambs come to town and Lairg wakes up. Shepherds John McNares, Bob Ross and Alistair Sutherland, all from Altna Harra, stop their lambs on a burn on the road from Altna Harra to Lairg. Lairg, Sutherland, Highland. Circa 1950

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Some of these 1947 dolls for your children are coming off the moving belt Featured 00610 Image

Some of these 1947 dolls for your children are coming off the moving belt

Some of these 1947 dolls for your children are coming off the moving belt. In Britain's largest toy factory at Lines Workshops, at Merton there are slogans displayed - "More dolls mean more dollars" - but this also means that the more produced the more will be available for the home market as a proportion of the output is so allotted. London, 29th October 1947

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