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 queue patiently to collect their pocket money at the Nunney Catch agricultural camp. The boys are paid six shillings per week. Second from left is Victor Cordwell, who cut his hand whilst playing in the camp: according to the original caption "the sling is to win sympathy only"!