Richards, G., (2016). A Photographic Survey of an Outbuilding at Holme's Farm, Foxton Road, Lubenham, Leicestershire (NGR SP 69769 88348).. Rugby: Archaeological Building Recording Services.

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A Photographic Survey of an Outbuilding at Holme's Farm, Foxton Road, Lubenham, Leicestershire (NGR SP 69769 88348).
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Archaeological Building Recording Services unpublished report series
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archaeol30-247183_1.pdf (4 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1041010
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This document is an archaeological building survey (photographic survey) of an outbuilding associated with Holme's Farm, Foxton Road, Lubenham, Leicestershire (SP 69769 88348), commissioned from Archaeological Building Recording Services (ABRS) by Mr and Mrs Kanjurs in advance of the proposed conversion of the building to residential use. The building was originally the Officers Mess for RAF Market Harborough, a World War II era airfield. The airfield was constructed between 1942-43 with the first RAF personnel detachment arriving on June 1, 1943. The airfield was decommissioned in August 1945. The airfield itself came under Army control in 1946, while the residential quarters, including the Officers Mess were taken over by the National Assistance Board and later by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government in order to house displaced persons. Polish families were still living on the site as late as 1958. Following its abandonment, the building became part of Holme's Farm and was in agricultural use. The photographic survey provided a permanent visual (photographic) record of the building in its current state. The archive will be held by Leicestershire County Council Museums Service, under the accession number X.A42.2016.
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Gerwyn Richards
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Archaeological Building Recording Services
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Leicestershire HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2016
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Site: Outbuilding at Holme’s Farm, Foxton Road, Lubenham, Leicestershire
County: LEICESTERSHIRE
District: HARBOROUGH
Parish: LUBENHAM
Country: England
Grid Reference: 469769, 288348 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: NONE None
Monus: ABLUTIONS BLOCK Modern
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OASIS Id: archaeol30-247183
OBIB: 2016-OMLL
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Bound A4 paper
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18 Aug 2017
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