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Feb 28, 2020

80 years since Inland Revenue evacuated

The Imperial Hotel, Llandudno, was a hive of activity at the end of February 1940 as 200 Inland Revenue workers arrived and began preparations for thousands of colleagues to evacuate from London. Now visitors and local residents can use their mobiles to scan HistoryPoints QR codes at ...

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Posted by: RhodriC

the hotel to discover the remarkable story of how Britain's tax-collecting operation - vital to the war effort - was managed from Llandudno for the rest of the Second World War, with civil servants and their families occupying more than 400 buildings in the seaside resort. The information, and more of the hotel's history, is also available here