PIG FOOD: WOMEN'S VOLUNTARY SERVICE COLLECTS SALVAGED KITCHEN WASTE, EAST BARNET, HERTFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1943
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Two girls prepare to carry the food scraps they are collecting from their mother down to the pig bin at the corner of their road. Great care has been taken to exclude tea leaves, egg shells and bones, as these are unsuitable for pig food.
Two girls prepare to carry food scraps to the pig bin at the corner of their road in East Barnet, 1943.