VILLAGE GARDENS FEED SCHOOLCHILDREN: FOOD PRODUCTION AT KNIGHTON-ON-TEME, WORCESTERSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, 1943
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Thomas Guy (left) and John Bourne collect vegetable peelings and other scraps left over from the lunchtime meal at the village school in Knighton-on-Teme. All the vegetables eaten at the school were supplied by the local Village Produce Association. By collecting the scraps for pig swill, none of the vegetables are wasted.