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Dalston at Holker Hall Garden Festival 2016

The Dalston in Bloom end of the Cumbria in Bloom stand. On prominent display is a model, by Anne Nichol, of the Home Guard Gun Emplacement topped by a Black Red Cockerel, the emblem of Dalston. The Dalston display includes many photographs of spring flowers and other features around Dalston. In the background is a minature wheel barrow made by Ian Rousell, who also built the stand for the model gun emplacement. The real gun emplacement, situated adjacent to the Victory Hall, is shown above right. This is an important historical feature in Dalston. According to 'A Parish Remembers The War Year 1939 - 1945' it was reputed to have had an excellent range of fire up and down The Green.
Planters provided by Newton Rigg and Alan Heath (Chairman Cumbria in Bloom)
 
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