Aerial view Barnfields Farm, Stafford

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Date:1940 - 1950 (c.)

Description:Aerial photograph of Barnfields Farm, Stafford showing the main residence, farmyard, barns and vegetable garden. The main entrance with drive to it, bottom left, has a tall monkey puzzle opposite which was a land mark for years. The A34 Stafford Cannock Road runs just above the top frame of the photograph. When the farm and buildings were demolished a Kwik-Save Supermarket was built on the site, fitting more or less into the footprint of the house and barns. Morrisons replaced Kwik-Save and now (2012) it is the Wildwood Co-op. Wildwood Community Centre was built bottom left near the monkey puzzle tree.

George and Olive Parrott, nee Hall rented Barnfields Farm with 100 acres from Staffordshire County Council from 1941 to 1960.

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Creators: Mrs Josephine Brooks, nee Parrott. - Contributor

Image courtesy of: Mr Jim Foley

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Source: Miscellaneous Collection

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