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Shippea Hill Rail Station, Cambridgeshire

Shippea Hill station in Cambridgeshire. The request-only stop is the least used in Britain

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A re-enactment of the German defence of Normandy in 1944 by children in Cambridgeshire, 2018 for the purposes of charity.

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? Si Barber 07739 472 922 Molly and Morris dancers parading through the town of Whittlesea in Cambs in celebration of Plough Monday - a Medieval tradition in which unemployed agricultural labourers begged for alms. Participants went in disguise to avoid prosecution from the authorities and caused mischief for those who would not pay them. 170110.

?Si Barber

? Si Barber 07739 472 922 Molly and Morris dancers parading through the town of Whittlesea in Cambs in celebration of Plough Monday - a Medieval tradition in which unemployed agricultural labourers begged for alms. Participants went in disguise to avoid prosecution from the authorities and caused mischief for those who would not pay them. 170110.

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? Si Barber 07739 472 922 The Straw Bear parading through the town of Whittlesea in Cambs in celebration of Plough Monday - a Medieval tradition in which unemployed agricultural labourers begged for alms. Participants went in disguise to avoid prosecution from the authorities and caused mischief for those who would not pay them. 170110.

?Si Barber

? Si Barber 07739 472 922 Molly and Morris dancers parading through the town of Whittlesea in Cambs in celebration of Plough Monday - a Medieval tradition in which unemployed agricultural labourers begged for alms. Participants went in disguise to avoid prosecution from the authorities and caused mischief for those who would not pay them. 170110.

?Si Barber

? Si Barber 07739 472 922 Molly and Morris dancers parading through the town of Whittlesea in Cambs in celebration of Plough Monday - a Medieval tradition in which unemployed agricultural labourers begged for alms. Participants went in disguise to avoid prosecution from the authorities and caused mischief for those who would not pay them. 170110.

?Si Barber

? Si Barber 07739 472 922 Molly and Morris dancers parading through the town of Whittlesea in Cambs in celebration of Plough Monday - a Medieval tradition in which unemployed agricultural labourers begged for alms. Participants went in disguise to avoid prosecution from the authorities and caused mischief for those who would not pay them. 170110.

?Si Barber

? Si Barber 07739 472 922 The Old Glory molly dancers from Rumburgh, Suffolk parading through the town of Whittlesea in Cambs in celebration of Plough Monday - a Medieval tradition in which unemployed agricultural labourers begged for alms. Participants went in disguise to avoid prosecution from the authorities and caused mischief for those who would not pay them. Picture shows the Teddy Bears funeral 170110.

?Si Barber

? Si Barber 07739 472 922 Molly and Morris dancers parading through the town of Whittlesea in Cambs in celebration of Plough Monday - a Medieval tradition in which unemployed agricultural labourers begged for alms. Participants went in disguise to avoid prosecution from the authorities and caused mischief for those who would not pay them. 170110.

?Si Barber

? Si Barber 07739 472 922 Molly and Morris dancers parading through the town of Whittlesea in Cambs in celebration of Plough Monday - a Medieval tradition in which unemployed agricultural labourers begged for alms. Participants went in disguise to avoid prosecution from the authorities and caused mischief for those who would not pay them. 170110.Picture shows a Morris Dancer waiting in the rain. 170110.