Interior of Bentley Priory
Interior of Bentley Priory
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Interior of Bentley Priory
Hall and main staircase at Bentley Priory, The Common, Stanmore, showing first-floor balustrade. On the right The Battle of Britain lace panel is framed on wall. Measuring 400cm x 150cm, it was created by a Nottingham lace-making company, ‘Dobson & Browne’, to commemorate the Battle of Britain of 1940. Their company name sits at the top of the lace panel. It is believed that 38 lace panels were made and given to individuals, organisations and countries whose contribution to the Battle of Britain was invaluable. This lace panel was given to RAF Bentley Priory to commemorate its role as Headquarters Fighter Command during the Battle.
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