Evacuees at Church Cottage, Seighford

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Date:1940 - 1945 (c.)

Description:Sisters Joan and Pat (last name unknown) were evacuees from Ramsgate, Kent. They stayed with the Breeze family at Church Cottage in Seighford for two or three years during the Second World War.

Left to right: Flossie Breeze, Joan, Eunice Breeze, Jessie Breeze, in front of Jessie is Pat and on the right is Vera Breeze.

On the left is a partial view of Church Cottage and in the background is the Vicarage which in later years was demolished and the area redeveloped with private housing.

Acknowledgement: thank you to Mr Terry and Mrs Jan Harrison (nee Lawton) for the additional information.

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Creators: Jan and Terry Harrison - Contributor

Donor ref:BM-J&TH-12 (192/40992)

Source: Mr Bob Metcalfe

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