This Week in 1935: 21-27 July

21-27 July:

This week it was announced that the slums at Chalk Farm, St. Pancras, were to be cleared with new flats built in their place. Also a Roman pavement was uncovered at Woodchester, Gloucester, covered in a mosaic detailing the Grecian story of Orpheus. According to The Times this was the largest mosaic pavement preserved in England and one of the largest in the world.

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