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Reddish Vale Country Park

Monday October 15th 2012

 

 

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Reddish Vale Country Park

Wood Hall

Dig

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One week after the dig started and the number of finds were mounting, ceramic tiles, a Meltonian shoe cream jar, possibly dating from the 1950s, it's still being made today. The name tags are a bit of a mystery, one has, R Pinner Whitegate stamped on it. An old milk bottle was found from a dairy in Cheadle Hulme and the poison bottle found in the trench near the main dig site.

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Reddish Vale Country Park/Wood Hall

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