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Women's Land Army, Rodbaston Farm Institute, Penkridge

Women's Land Army milkers on their way to the dairy at Rodbaston Farm Institute. Rodbaston College's origins lie in 1919 when the War Agricultural Committee opened an agricultural training depot. ...

Women's Land Army, Walled Garden, Shugborough

A group of Women's Land Army girls photographed at the Walled Garden, Shugborough. Some were working in the Walled Garden while others would have been employed in agricultural work at Shugborough Park ...

Women's Timber Corps workers, Cannock Chase

Women's Timber Corps forestry workers on Cannock Chase, transplanting young trees. The Women's Timber Corps was set up in 1942 to work in forestry, replacing the men who had been called up to the armed ...

Women's Timber Corps workers, Cannock Chase

Women's Timber Corps forestry workers on Cannock Chase, stripping side shoots and removing lower branches ('snedding') to let air and light into the plantation. The Women's Timber Corps was set up ...

Women's Timber Corps workers, Cannock Chase

Women's Timber Corps forestry workers on Cannock Chase, weeding young trees at Lady Hill nursery. The Women's Timber Corps was set up in 1942 to work in forestry, replacing the men who had been called ...

Women's Voluntary Service, Cannock

A group of Women's Voluntary Service members in Cannock. Brenda Corp is first left on the back row.

Workers' Educational Association, Drake Hall, near Eccleshall

Page 41 of 'Drake Hall - A War-Time Hostel', a souvenir book produced for staff and residents at the Swynnerton Royal Ordinance Factory hostel at Drake Hall, produced in 1945. Describing the work of the ...

Workers Travel Association, Drake Hall, near Eccleshall

From 'Drake Hall - A War-Time Hostel', a souvenir book produced for staff and residents at the Swynnerton Royal Ordinance Factory hostel at Drake Hall, produced in 1945. Mr E. W. Wimble, Secretary ...

World War II Evacuee's doll

Baby ‘John’ was an evacuee’s doll belonging to a little girl named Sheila. She was evacuated to the area to escape the bombs at Tilbury Docks. She lived with a family in Blythe Bridge and went to a ...

World War II Police Helmet

Many police during the war were Special Constables, fit and able men in reserved occupation, they were issued with a steel helmet with ‘police’ marked on the front. The helmet was meant to withstand the ...

WRVS Tea Van, Stoke-on-Trent

The Lord Mayor, Lady Mayoress, Council Officials and Civil Defence members photographed in front of a mobile tea van during the Second World War. Mobile tea vans like this would have been operated ...