Stanhoe_01170.jpg Imperial Service Medal and letter of commendation received in 1957 by Charlie Seaman, former Air Raid Precautions (ARP) warden in Stanhoe, for his part in the rescue of crew members of a Wellington bomber which crashed near Stanhoe Hall in 1943.ThumbnailsHazel Blackburn 1950sImperial Service Medal and letter of commendation received in 1957 by Charlie Seaman, former Air Raid Precautions (ARP) warden in Stanhoe, for his part in the rescue of crew members of a Wellington bomber which crashed near Stanhoe Hall in 1943.ThumbnailsHazel Blackburn 1950sImperial Service Medal and letter of commendation received in 1957 by Charlie Seaman, former Air Raid Precautions (ARP) warden in Stanhoe, for his part in the rescue of crew members of a Wellington bomber which crashed near Stanhoe Hall in 1943.ThumbnailsHazel Blackburn 1950sImperial Service Medal and letter of commendation received in 1957 by Charlie Seaman, former Air Raid Precautions (ARP) warden in Stanhoe, for his part in the rescue of crew members of a Wellington bomber which crashed near Stanhoe Hall in 1943.ThumbnailsHazel Blackburn 1950sImperial Service Medal and letter of commendation received in 1957 by Charlie Seaman, former Air Raid Precautions (ARP) warden in Stanhoe, for his part in the rescue of crew members of a Wellington bomber which crashed near Stanhoe Hall in 1943.ThumbnailsHazel Blackburn 1950sImperial Service Medal and letter of commendation received in 1957 by Charlie Seaman, former Air Raid Precautions (ARP) warden in Stanhoe, for his part in the rescue of crew members of a Wellington bomber which crashed near Stanhoe Hall in 1943.ThumbnailsHazel Blackburn 1950sImperial Service Medal and letter of commendation received in 1957 by Charlie Seaman, former Air Raid Precautions (ARP) warden in Stanhoe, for his part in the rescue of crew members of a Wellington bomber which crashed near Stanhoe Hall in 1943.ThumbnailsHazel Blackburn 1950s

Postcard entitled "Main Road, Stanhoe". The message written on the reverse is dated 7 November 1958, but the postcard itself seems considerably older.

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