PIG FOOD: WOMEN'S VOLUNTARY SERVICE COLLECTS SALVAGED KITCHEN WASTE, EAST BARNET, HERTFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1943
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Members of the East Barnet WVS pig food collection unit watch as a group of Large White pigs enjoy their evening meal, made from the salvaged kitchen scraps they have collected. Left to right, enjoying the evening sunshine, they are: Mrs Gerald De Rivaz, Kathleen Kent (head of the pig food collection unit) and Winifred Jordan.
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