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Dig for Victory

Gardening and horticulture during WW2

Social history talk given for the Reading Branch of the National Trust. Looks at the role of the Land Girls, advice given to gardeners in print and over the airwaves, the impact of the Anderson Shelter on gardens and the role of the allotment in the "Fight for Food"


Mr Russell Bowes | talks | www


Date and Time:

28 July 2009 at 7:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



St Peters Church Hall
Church Road
0118 958 2481 (Miss

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Organised by:

Capability Bowes
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Miss B Shurmer 0118 958 2481 or on the door

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