Verdict expected in farm row

Wednesday 17th February 2010 12:00 am

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A BITTER FAMILY DISPUTE over the ownership

of a farm in Llangrove was played out

in the Court of Appeal in London last week.

Eileen Cook, 92, who has lived at Tredawdy

Farm since 1959, is fighting a legal campaign

to have her daughter and son-in-law evicted

from her home. They insist she made a series

of binding promises that they could stay there

as long as they liked, and that the farm would

be theirs when she died.

Last July, a judge ruled that Mrs Cook had

never given Pauline and Wyndham Thomas

clear permission to stay, and granted her a

possession order to force the couple off the

farm. Pauline Thomas was brought up on

Tredawdy Farm, and the couple has lived

there since 1996.

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