“One of the greatest days in village’s history”

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    Cumberland & Westmorland Herald - 28th February 2004. "PAYING his second visit to Melmerby in the space of three years, Prince Charles officially opened the community’s new £450,000 village hall. Pleased to back in the village after his previous visit in 2001 just a matter a weeks before the outbreak of foot and mouth he was met outside the state-of-the-art village hall by schoolchildren who braved the chilly weather to catch a glimpse of the heir to the throne. After being introduced to...."
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    Cumberland & Westmorland Herald
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    Link: https://www.cwherald.com/a/archive/one-of-the-greatest-days-in-village-s-history.208049.html
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    Added by: Edmund Anon
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