Theme Explorer

Start Again > War & Armed Forces > Womens' Land Army
Page 2 of 3 45 Records Found

Potato planting, Manor Farm, Wall

Women's Land Army girls planting potatoes in ridges at W.W. and W.J. Ryman's farm, Manor Farm, Wall, near Lichfield. Allthough World War II ended in 1945, there was still a shortage of labour in agriculture ...

Potting chrysanthemums at Shugborough Walled Garden,

Muriel Jessop and Garden Foreman Ed Steele potting chrysanthemums at Shugborough Walled Garden during the Second World War. Muriel Jessop worked as a Land Army girl at Shugborough Walled Garden from ...

Poultry dressing demonstration, Rodbaston Farm Institute, Penkridge

Women's Land Army recruits watching Mr J.W. Rowland demonstrate poultry dressing at Rodbaston Farm Institute. Rodbaston College's origins lie in 1919 when the War Agricultural Committee opened an agricultural ...

Scything nettles, Rodbaston Farm Institute, Penkridge

Women's Land Army recruits scything nettles at Rodbaston Farm Institute. On the right is their instructor, Mr J.W. Rowland. Rodbaston College's origins lie in 1919 when the War Agricultural Committee ...

Sir Frank and Lady Worrell at Royal Doulton, Burslem

Sir Frank and Lady Worrell on a promotional visit to the Royal Doulton Showrooms on Nile Street, Burslem. From left to right: Denis Roberts (Royal Doulton), Brian Stokes (Royal Doulton), Sir Frank ...

Sir Learie Constantine at Royal Doulton, Burslem

Learie Constantine on a promotional visit to the Royal Doulton Showrooms on Nile Street, Burslem. From left to right: unknown (Chairman or Secretary of the North Staffordshire & South Cheshire Cricket ...

Staff at Shugborough Walled Garden,

Garden Foreman, Ed Steele, with his wife Ellen (left) and Muriel Jessop (right) outside one of the glasshouses in Shugborough Walled Garden during the Second World War. Muriel Jessop worked as a Womens ...

Stoke City v. Manchester City, Victoria Ground

Manchester City goalkeeper, Frank Swift, shaking hands with Stoke City captain Neil Franklin in front of a packed Victoria Ground crowd. Frank Swift played 19 times for England. After retirement he ...

Stooking corn at Strongford Farm, near Tittensor

Pictured are (left to right) Denis Roberts, Graham Monroe, Ivy Bryan (nee Leycett, Land Army girl) and Tony Austin. Denis's father was the Farm Manager at Strongford Farm and the group are pictured in ...

Women’s Land Army, Sugnall

This photograph was taken at Sugnall and shows Brenda Williams (third from left) who was in the Women’s Land Army from 1947 to 1949. In 1950 she married Robert Fulford and they lived in Gainsborough, ...

Women’s Land Army, Sugnall

This photograph was taken at Sugnall and shows Brenda Williams (on the left) who was in the Women’s Land Army from 1947 to 1949. In 1950 she married Robert Fulford and they lived in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire ...

Womens Land Army at Dunston Hall Hostel

Womens Land Army girls playing table tennis in a recreation room at Dunston Hall Hostel

Women's Land Army Girl with Bull, Grindley

A Women's Land Army girl leading a British Friesian Bull at New Buildings Farm. The WLA began during the First World War to help combat food shortages and fill the vacancies left by the men who had ...

Women's Land Army Girl with Heifer, Adbaston,

A Women's Land Army girl standing next to a hand reared British Friesian heifer. The WLA began during the First World War to help combat food shortages and fill the vacancies left by the men who ...

Women's Land Army Girl, Eccleshall,

The WLA began during the First World War to help combat food shortages and fill the vacancies left by the men who had entered military service. The women who enrolled had the option of working in agriculture, ...

Women's Land Army girl, Uttoxeter

A studio portrait of a Women's Land Army girl. Please contact us if you can identify her. Photographer: Gerald McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter.

Women's Land Army Girls, Manure Spreading, Gnosall, (1)

The WLA began during the First World War to help combat food shortages and fill the vacancies left by the men who had entered military service. The women who enrolled had the option of working in agriculture, ...

Women's Land Army Girls, Manure Spreading, Gnosall, (2)

The WLA began during the First World War to help combat food shortages and fill the vacancies left by the men who had entered military service. The women who enrolled had the option of working in agriculture, ...