A VILLAGE SAVES: NATIONAL SAVINGS IN LEWKNOR, OXFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1941
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Mrs Scott, school mistress at the village school, visits the village Post Office in Lewknor and hands over to the clerk the money she has collected for Savings Stamps for the last week. She will use this money too buy stamps for next week's collection. The Post Office is also the general store and cigarette shop. There are a large number of posters in the shop, advertising various products, as well as encouraging citizens to save.