Pestilence and mortar

6th October 1995 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Pestilence and mortar: pupils from St Marie's junior and infants school in Sheffield visited Eyam Hall, Derbyshire, for a Tudor activity afternoon last week. In 1666 the area was struck by plague but local people managed to contain the disease within the village of Eyam.

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