This month's photograph again comes from the collection of the Harptrees History Society.

Thank you to the Harptrees History Society for another excellent photograph.

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Last month's photo was taken in Chewton Mendip in 1946. The tower of St Mary Magdalene (which was built in the 1540s) dominates the background as workers from Richard Dudden's Manor Farm use the thresher and baler. Hard physical work. Mr Dudden, known as Stanley, and his father, also Richard, had farmed in Chewton Mendip for about 50 years by the time of his retirement in 1951.

Last month's photo was taken in Chewton Mendip in 1946. (Photo: Harptrees History Society) (Harptrees History Society )

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