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The house that time forgot: Mother and sons keep family home frozen in the 1920s…

When grocer William Straw, of 7 Blyth Grove, Worksop, died in 1932, his grief-stricken family decided to leave their family house exactly as he knew it - now it offers a fascinating glimpse into suburban British family life in the 1920s.
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    Number 7 Blyth Grove in Worksop still looks just as it did in 1923 when the Straw family decorated it. Straw House frozen in Time

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