Wife in divorce battle over holiday house tells High Court village isnt

first_imgMargie Hanley It’s where I have been all my life – generations of my family. Life is full circle. It’s where I started out. It’s where I endedMargie Hanley Margie Hanley described the village as her ‘ancestral territory’Credit:Nick Edwards The judge said Mrs Hanley felt that Cornamona was her “ancestral territory”. Mrs Hanley, who still lives in Wentworth, said life was “much simpler” in Cornamona.She said “one-horse town” was a good description. “There is one road in and one road out,” she said. “There is one shop, one pub. The doctor visits once a week.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img

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