Zbigniew Pawlowicz's photos of WW2 displaced Poles in Foxley camp, Herefordshire, UK
General History
Foxley DP camp history
Foxley Manor
Foxley Manor house
Life in the DP Camp - Entertainment
Foxley DP camp scenes
Education was in English
Religious events
Camp barracks
Living conditions in Foxley camp
Herefordshire countryside
Marriage and children
Bringing up children in a DP camp
Foxley was miles from anywhere
Work and Play
Earning a living
Reunion 26 September 2009
Reunion of Foxley residents

Foxley Manor

Foxley Manor is shown on old maps of Herefordshire. The grand building at the top of the valley was used as local headquarters and offices of the US and Canadian medical corps during World War Two. The building was demolished in the early 1950s. The site author (left) and his little brother are shown here near the manor.

Foxley Manor with children

An imposing building...

Foxley Manor view was nevertheless considered dangerous and eventually had to be demolished:

Foxley Manor ruins

Foxley Manor

This link is for garden enthusiasts. There are photos of the grounds and an interactive satellite map of Foxley with a bit of text (but no mention at all of the Displaced Persons camp, just that it was a military hospital). If you zoom in, you can see clear evidence of the barracks.

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