Website and blog about the people and buildings of Combe Down over the last 250 plus years. #combedown #monktoncombe #priorpark #localhistory
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Bishop Warburton's monument to Ralph Allen at Prior Park on Combe Down in about 1905. It was demolished in 1953.
Could this be the oldest tree on National Trust land in Bath? It's #NationalTreeWeek and this oak tree is a recent discovery made at #BathamptonMeadows. The trunk measures 8.4m in girth suggesting it's around 800 years old.
Then and now. Bath Jewish Burial Ground, Combe Down before and after restoration.2
A slightly different angle, but then and now.2
Chief of the RAF - The Sketch - Wednesday 25 September 1940.
Also see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Peirse?wprov=sfla1
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A Pinterest page which has many photos of Combe Down as does the Instagram page..
Prior to Now also has a Twitter account – @PriortoNow.
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