LIFE AT THE TAPLEY PARK CHILDREN'S HOME (THE CHAIM WEIZMANN HOME), INSTOW, DEVON, OCTOBER 1942
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Five young children are amused by a cat which is being held by their nurse as they sit on a sunny wall in the lush grounds of Tapley Park. It appears that the children have been on a walk around the grounds as they are all clutching small bunches of wild flowers which they have picked. In the background, the imposing facade of the house itself can be seen. In the foreground, two garden statues watch over the proceedings.