EVACUEES TO A COMMUNAL HOSTEL IN THURLESTONE, SOUTH DEVON, ENGLAND, 1941
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Mrs E Stambrey was evacuated to Thurlestone from her home in Clapham in London. She soon got the job as cook at the Communal Billet for children evacuated from Bristol. Here we see Mrs Stambrey slicing up a spotted dick sponge pudding.