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 Former Latvian Consulate Charnock Richard - Feb 2018

I'm posting this to save you a journey lol, plus I wanted to at least make some use of the time I spent there even if the photos aren't the greatest!

 

Pemberton farm was the former home of Howard J Pym Honorary Consul For Latvia and his family.

 

The property was renovated in 2005 and the Pym family lived here until 2007. Timber Latvia Ltd was registered at Pemberton farm incorporated in 2010 but later dissolved.

 

Since then the property has been on on the market for close to one million pounds, however,

it now lies in a state of utter destruction thanks to vandals and arsonists and almost nothing remains of its former glory.

 

Unfortunately, that is all the info I could gather on this place and I'm sure you'll agree from the pics it is a no-go,

however, we did find thousands of spent ammunition rounds so if you can then please let me know what you think they are.

 

 

 

 

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Looks like the place might've been used as a bit of a temporary shooting club or something at some point as those are a shitload of spent shotgun cartridges :) 

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