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devonport park plymouth  Higher Park Lodge is Kens current home....

devonport park plymouth Higher Park Lodge is Kens current home....

The Parthenon-inspired town hall (now Devonport Guildhall); the Egyptian-style library (now the Oddfellows Hall); and the 124-foot column commemorating Devonport's rebadging from its previous incarnation as "Plymouth Dock".

The Parthenon-inspired town hall (now Devonport Guildhall); the Egyptian-style library (now the Oddfellows Hall); and the 124-foot column commemorating Devonport's rebadging from its previous incarnation as "Plymouth Dock".

The next public reading of my children's book will be at Devonport Live in Plymouth xxx

The next public reading of my children's book will be at Devonport Live in Plymouth xxx

On February 22nd I braved the rain to take my Cornlings on a visit to Devonport Live in George Street, Plymouth. I was invited to read my first story book Tales Of The Enchanted Cornlings, I was de…

Cornlings Visit Devonport Live

On February 22nd I braved the rain to take my Cornlings on a visit to Devonport Live in George Street, Plymouth. I was invited to read my first story book Tales Of The Enchanted Cornlings, I was de…

On February 22nd I braved the rain to take my Cornlings on a visit to Devonport Live in George Street, Plymouth. I was invited to read my first story book Tales Of The Enchanted Cornlings, I was de…

Cornlings Visit Devonport Live

On February 22nd I braved the rain to take my Cornlings on a visit to Devonport Live in George Street, Plymouth. I was invited to read my first story book Tales Of The Enchanted Cornlings, I was de…

Odd Fellows Hall (Egyptian House) "1823 The Odd Fellows Hall is located at the top of Ker Street near the Devonport Column. When new, it was known as The Egyptian House. It was built in 1823 to the designs of John Foulston". A Egyptian stile house... in Plymouth! Definitely one of the most kitschiest things I've seen in my life.

Odd Fellows Hall (Egyptian House) "1823 The Odd Fellows Hall is located at the top of Ker Street near the Devonport Column. When new, it was known as The Egyptian House. It was built in 1823 to the designs of John Foulston". A Egyptian stile house... in Plymouth! Definitely one of the most kitschiest things I've seen in my life.

Claire Crompton: 'MakeUnmakeRemake' (2010)  materials: jacob, shetland and merino handspun yarn  exhibited: Off the Beaten Track at Devonport Guildhall, Plymouth 28 May to 2 June 2010

MakeUnmakeRemake

Claire Crompton: 'MakeUnmakeRemake' (2010) materials: jacob, shetland and merino handspun yarn exhibited: Off the Beaten Track at Devonport Guildhall, Plymouth 28 May to 2 June 2010

MAR  21 1941 The Plymouth Blitz. The next morning I had to walk from Freedom Fields to our bungalow in Granby Barracks in Devonport, and it took me three and a half hours. I was walking over the top of houses and things, and the flames were meeting over the streets, and people were crying ‘Oh my sons gone, my daughters gone’. It was just terrible to hear it. You would just try and comfort them some way or another. When I got home, low and behold Mummy’s bungalow was flat.

MAR 21 1941 The Plymouth Blitz. The next morning I had to walk from Freedom Fields to our bungalow in Granby Barracks in Devonport, and it took me three and a half hours. I was walking over the top of houses and things, and the flames were meeting over the streets, and people were crying ‘Oh my sons gone, my daughters gone’. It was just terrible to hear it. You would just try and comfort them some way or another. When I got home, low and behold Mummy’s bungalow was flat.

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