A stone statue, known as 'Fair Flora', in the classical style of a girl; recently toppled from its plinth and decapitated: in need of repair. Originally stood in grounds of Stoke Hall and believed to be contemporary with the house and imported from Italy. It is the subeject of many local legends. (1)
Index: Jacques, A. 1984. Peak Park Treasures E218. E218.
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SK 2393 7712 (point) (Approximate)
STOKE, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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