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OLD POSTCARD OF THE MONTH- April 2014
I have chosen this postcard for April, as it shows a prominent view of the walnut tree that stood near the end of the school playground until it was uprooted by a storm in the mid 1950's- probably not long after this picture was taken. It looks like Edward Staddon pushing the bicycle with three of the local children sitting on the step of "Church View",
The National Trust replaced the fallen tree with another variety of walnut, one bearing inedible fruit! The roots of this tree were apparently causing damage to the adjacent buildings, and it was felled on 26th March.
More Old Postcard Views of Luccombe
Luccombe: The Square circa 1900.
The Church of St Mary the Virgin, Luccombe.
For details of church services, visit the website of St Mary the Virgin, Luccombe.
Come back soon to find out more about this "Exmoor Village".
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