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Wartime St Agnes Parish 1939,1945

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A comprehensive account of day to day life in St. Agnes Parish during the 2nd World War, incorporating the story of the clifftop army camp and airfield at Trevallas and the impact that wartime activities had on the landscape and inhabitants of St. Agnes and the surrounding villages.

A fascinating book written and researched by local resident, Neil Roberts, which contains numerous photographs. This is a wonderful addition to the information available on the history of the Parish.

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