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In the town of Glastonbury England, a lost treasure from World War II still sits, like the Land Girls never left. In the 1940s the Board of Agriculture was organized, to increase the amount of food grown in England. Most of the Land Girls came from rural England, but several came from the cities as well.
By 1944 there were over 80,000 women conscripted as Land Girls. Now the greatest thing is you can stay at house in Glastonbury that is a time capsule. It looks just like it would have if you stepped into a time machine, and launched yourself back to the days of "Sorry, Charlie."
Originally built in the Spring of 1940, when World War II was picking up steam. The cottage sits beside a house, made of corrugated iron. Many guests are WWII buffs, and writers like me.
Stuffed full of original furniture the place sleeps four, and you can check out the Anderson Shelter in the back!
The property is very authentic, no television, a radio player and if you need it WiFi capabilities. There is a larder, sink and more! You have to check this place out.
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