EDUCATION AND AGRICULTURE AT ASHWELL MERCHANT TAYLORS SCHOOL, NEAR BALDOCK, HERTFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1942
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Girls at the Ashwell Merchant Taylors School near Baldock look after their Belgian hares as other pupils look on from behind a chicken wire fence. The keeping of these hares is part of the school's wartime farming activities, which, according to the original caption, includes the cultivation of 4 acres of land and the keeping of its own pigs, sheep and goats.