A VILLAGE SAVES: NATIONAL SAVINGS IN LEWKNOR, OXFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1941
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Mrs Scott, school mistress at Lewknor village school, talks to her pupils about National Savings. According to the original caption, it is Friday, which is Savings Day at the school. This week the total amount saved is £2 5s 6d. The classroom is quite large with several rows of desks and a large blackboard, with the words 'Friday: Poster and Savings Day'. Note the latticework of tape criss-crossing the windows as a precaution against blast.