EDUCATION AND AGRICULTURE AT ASHWELL MERCHANT TAYLORS SCHOOL, NEAR BALDOCK, HERTFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1942
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Jean Harwell (left) and Alice Norman lead horses Daisy and Captain in a spot of light harrowing at their school in Ashwell, just north of Baldock in Hertfordshire. Two other children, and the farmer from whom the horses have been borrowed, follow along behind, enjoying the sunshine whilst they keep watch on the harrow. To the right of the photograph, a group of five girls undertake a spot of hoeing.