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Chartwell Rose Walk Plaque
England

Chartwell

The commemeration plaque for the Rose Walk reads;

This Rose Walk

Commemorates the golden wedding of
Winston & Clementine Churchill
and was the gift of their children
Diana Randolph Sarah and Mary
12 September 1958

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Copyright: Geoff Mather
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