LONDON EVACUEES AT PENYGROES, CARMARTHENSHIRE, WALES, 1940
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Children from All Saints and Blackheath and Kidbrooke Schools, Greenwich, London visit the school nurse in the open-air outside their new school building at Penygroes, Carmarthenshire, Wales in 1940. The children are drinking bottles of milk. On the table can be seen a large jar of malt extract and cod liver oil.
Evacuees from All Saints and Blackheath and Kidbrooke Schools, Greenwich, London attend a visit by a nurse at their new school at Penygroes, Carmarthenshire, Wales in 1940.