STOKE St MICHAEL
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NOTES ON STOKE St MICHAEL
Stoke St Michael is a quiet village nestling between quarries and farms near the foot of the Mendip Hills. Formally known as Stockland and Stoke Lane.
In 1942 the 17th century village pub, The Knatchbull Arms, was the venue for the largest secret assembly of high ranking Officers and Generals in the history of the country. The dignitories included Lord Montgomery and Lord Wavell.
Source: The Somerset Village Book by the Somerset Federatiojn of Womens Institute
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