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Blackford Hall Farm as pictured in 1919. See Documents of Local Interest,
Stoke Holy Cross Estate.

 10 May 1942, the aftermath of an air raid. See RAF Stoke Holy Cross entry. 
Click on text or pictures to enlarge. (Pic. Pat Brock).
Enjoying a snack with one of the crew.

Roy Copping, in R.A.F. uniform, with Iris Keen.
Brickle Road 1941. The bungalow behind was
destroyed in the May 1942 air raid.   (Pic. D. Bales)

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A member of the bomb disposal team. (All Pic's .Pat Brock).
 Pat Brock playing with neighbour Ray Froude.
 Pat Brock with her neighbours the 'Birch' family c. 1948
 L-R ;- Robert Birch, Hildegarde Birch, Ernest Birch, Pat, Lolito Birch.

 Mrs. Brock, school teacher at Poringland, cleaning her car,'Gulliver'.
Mr. Bert Brock, Pat and Mrs Daphne Brock outside their bungalow in 1948, 
just before they moved to a cottage in Stoke Road, Poringland.
 About 1950 and Mrs.Brock, ready for school, stands outside the cottage in Stoke Road, Poringland. 
Mr. Brock worked on the Radar Towers.



Aerial picture of Broadland Naturist site off Brickle Road taken in March 2003. 
Although geographically in the parish of Poringland access is via Brickle Road, Stoke Holy Cross and is therefore included here.
(Pic. copyright  Mike Page).