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    Quote Originally Posted by noiseboy72 View Post
    Land Girls camp? I worked in an old school that was previously a Land Girls camps and the building looked identical. It would probably have had a boiler house and drying room at 1 end and a basic kitchen - often just a sink and stove, not even a range!
    Possibly, I have no knowledge of these tbh but will do a bit of research when I have a sec.

    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    Nice one, thanks for sharing
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