THE NATIONAL SAVINGS SCHEME AT WORK IN CANTERBURY, ENGLAND, 1941
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At the Sydney Cooper School of Art, St Peter's Street, Canterbury, a meeting was held to discuss plans for Canterbury's National Savings Campaign. At this meeting, Canterbury's 'Brain's Trust' was chaired by His Worship Alderman Charles Lefevre OBE, seen here leaning on the table. Also in attendance were Sydney Steele, Headmaster of Blean School (pictured on the left) and F E Clarke (centre), a local bank manager and Honorary Secretary of the Savings Committee. On the table, a large National Savings poster can be seen.