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Wicker baskets , which will be used to harvest the strawberry crop , piled on the Featured Print

Wicker baskets , which will be used to harvest the strawberry crop , piled on the

Wicker baskets , which will be used to harvest the strawberry crop , piled on the side of the railway line next to the steam engine .
Early 1900s

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Raisin muffin in plain paper case, topped with grated pear and with whole pear behind Featured Print

Raisin muffin in plain paper case, topped with grated pear and with whole pear behind

Raisin muffin in plain paper case, topped with grated pear and with whole pear behind. On white background.
credit: Marie-Louise Avery / thePictureKitchen / TopFoto

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For the first time (since pre-war days) a Kent strawberry field has been thrown open Featured Print

For the first time (since pre-war days) a Kent strawberry field has been thrown open

For the first time (since pre-war days) a Kent strawberry field has been thrown open to the public to come and help themselves.
However, in the old days the fruit was free - but on K. Walton's Oak Tree Farm at Polhill, near Sevenoaks, the public were charged 1/1D per pound, plus the cost of the basket if required.
This is the first time it has been tried on his farm - and the response to an advertisement in the local paper was fantastic. The farmer was pleased with the result, since it means the plants are completely free of fruit for stronger growth. The variety - Talisman - and the crop has now been completely harvested.
Photo Shows: 2-year-old Mandy Gorham of Sevenoaks helping herself to strawberries, while her mother and father get on with the picking.
7/8/1962

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