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Mr. G. KEMBER, 'The Village and the Village Craftsman-II, The Blacksmith '

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LAST week Lt.-Col. Little outlined the place crafts once occupied in village life and the dwindling place they occupy today. This evening Mr. Kember, who is himself a practising blacksmith and has lectured for the Kent Rural Community Council, will describe the place of his own par. ticular craft. Now that even farm-work is increasingly done by mechanical means, the blacksmith finds less and less to do ; yet there is still excellent work for the blacksmith, and an important place for him in the village community.

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Mr. G. KEMBER, 'The Village and the Village Craftsman-II, The Blacksmith '

2LO London, 4 October 1929 19.25






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