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Forfield were motorcycles produced circa 1920 by H. J. Stretton-Ward of 11 and 13 Forfield Place, Leamington Spa.
The firm was small and had previously been involved with Triumph and Premier Cycle Co. Stretton Ward held several motorcycle agencies and manufactured the Forfield at his offices and works of the same name. As the machines would have been very basic and sales low, he soon found it more convenient to sell the products of others instead.