The photo id for this photograph is 559, in the Whaley Bridge A-K album.

Bings Farm

Photograph added 9th July 2013

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Comment 1

Left by Paul Charnley on the 22nd February 2015

Bings Farm, home to the Morten family for a great many years!


Comment 2

Left by R. S-S on the 23rd February 2015

Hi Paul,

Is this the same farm?

North Derbyshire & North Cheshire Advertiser

21 September 1883

Outbreak of cattle disease. On Sunday last an alarming outbreak of foot-and -mouth disease broke out on the farm of Mr Moses Plant, Bings Wood Farm. Two out of a herd of a dozen cattle were affected.

An infected area. Notices were posted in the district stating that the highway known as Bugsworth Old road, from the Gnat Hole Schools to Whaley Bridge Turns, is an infected area under the act, in consequence of foot-and-mouth disease having broken out on a farm at Bings Wood.

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