LandcrossA Selection of News Articles Related to Landcross

  • 1 Landcross Appeals Won and Lost

    Mr W J P Turner has lost an appeal against the refusal of the local planning authority to allow him to

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    23 July 1918

  • 3 Landcross

    Landcross, or Lancras, in the hundred of Shebbear and in the deanery of Hertland, lies about two miles

  • 4 Landcross

    First election for Landcross

  • Landcross Appeals Won and Lost

    Mr W J P Turner has lost an appeal against the refusal of the local planning authority to allow him to

    Landcross Appeals Won and Lost

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    Mr W J P Turner has lost an appeal against the refusal of the local planning authority to allow him to convert a barn near Landcross to a farmhouse but has won another appeal against refusal to allow him to erect a dwelling adjoining 'Hillsborough', Landcross.

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  • 23 July 1918

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    23.7.1918 Landcross

    The Wesleyan Methodist Sunday school anniversary services were held on Sunday July 14th, when sermons were preached afternoon and evening by Rev E B Crocker to large congregations.
    On the Wednesday following a public tea was provided, of which about 120 partook.
    A public meeting was held in the evening when both the church and schoolroom were well filled. Mr E Luxton presided, and the speakers were Rev E B Crocker, Mr A E Green and Mr A Taylor (Superintendent of the Sunday School). Mr A Taylor was specially thanked for providing such an excellent tea, as was also

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  • Landcross

    Landcross, or Lancras, in the hundred of Shebbear and in the deanery of Hertland, lies about two miles

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    Landcross, or Lancras, in the hundred of Shebbear and in the deanery of Hertland, lies about two miles and a half from Bideford. The manor belonged, anciently, tot he family of Beaumont, from whom it passed to Basset, and from Basset, by marriage, to Pomeroy. It was afterwards in Giffard; Sir John Rolle died seised of it in 1706; it is now the property of Lord Rolle, who is the patron of the rectory. In the parish-church is the monument of Anthony Giffard, lord of the manor, who died in 1649. General Monnk appears to have been a

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    First election for Landcross

    First election for Landcross 22nd June 1979

    first election for LandcrossThe tiny parish of Landcross goes to the polls for the first time ever on July 5th to elect just one parish councillor.  Mr Sherborne, who is 76, is well known to the Bideford electorate where he has made at least 15 attempts, only one successful, to get on both borough and district councils.

    There are three candidats for one vacancy.  Standing against Mr S Turner of Spinney Cottage, and Mr J W Stevens, a newcomer to Landcross.

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