YOUTH SERVICE VOLUNTEERS HELP BRITISH FARMERS: AGRICULTURAL CAMP AT NUNNEY CATCH, SOMERSET, ENGLAND, UK, 1943
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Boys of the Youth Service Volunteers at the Longleat forestry camp take a break from clearing scrub and undergrowth from 3000 acres of forest, and enjoy a well-earned cup of tea in front of the camp fire. Left to right, they are: Desmond Scott (18), a capstan setting apprentice at a Royal Ordnance Factory; Ray Brooks (16), a tooling apprentice at a Royal Ordnance Factory; John Hind, at school in Bath; and Dudley Oliver (18) from Kent, who is working at the camp whilst awaiting call-up.
Boys of the Youth Service Volunteers take a break from clearing scrub at an agricultural camp at Nunney Catch in Somerset, 1943.