WW2 Graffiti.

During WW2  Canadians were billet on the estate, some in the grounds in tents, others in the house, and some in the tower, which stands at the entrance to the house.

In the tower they left behind some interesting graffiti , this is on some wooden benches, once used to store fruit on.

The graffiti has been recorded, but the wood needs to be removed and preserved.

The Tower.

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