THE WORK OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF MUSIC AND THE ARTS: THE OLD VIC TRAVELLING THEATRE COMPANY, WALES, 1941
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Jane Meredith and Phyllis Morris enjoy a meal with Mr and Mrs Bailey, a miner and his wife, at their home in Trealaw. In addition to Jane and Phyllis, the Baileys also have evacuees Margaret and Douglas Ashington (aged 12 and 8 respectively) billeted with them. The Ashingtons were evacuated from Birmingham.
Jane Meredith and Phyllis Morris of the Old Vic Travelling Theatre Company, enjoy a meal with Mr and Mrs Bailey, a miner and his wife, at their home in Trealaw, Wales during 1941. The children are Margaret and Douglas Ashington, evacuees from Birmingham.