Views of St Lawrence's Church, West Wycombe and its Golden ball. The golden ball can be seen for miles around and is a recognised symbol of West Wycombe village. It is made from a wooden frame covered in gold leaf, 8 feet in diameter, and contains seating for up to six people. Circa 1945.
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|Keywords||1940s,Buckinghamshire,church,Church of England,Golden ball,landmark,religion,religious,rural,village|
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