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Author Topic: WW1 Practice Trenches at Shorncliffe  (Read 1807 times)

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Offline conan

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Re: WW1 Practice Trenches at Shorncliffe
« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2016, 11:10:45 »
Not related to Shorncliffe in particular, but I thought this might be of interest.
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WW1 Practice Trenches at Shorncliffe
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2016, 14:19:36 »
Went to see the World War1 practice trenches at Shorncliffe camp today, best time of year as it is dry and not too overgrown. Is anyone up to date regarding their preservation? Google search results seem to be a couple of years old by the Shorncliffe Trust.


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