HOPSCOTCH INN: THE WORK OF THE SAVE THE CHILDREN FUND IN WARTIME LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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Children enjoy themselves at the Hopscotch Inn, a club run by Save the Children on Eversholt Street, London. At the table Peggy Barker, Jean McGann, Dolly Phillips and Bobby Love draw, whilst another child stokes the stove behind them. The club provides a warm, safe environment in which the children can play and make friends. The words 'The Hopscotch Inn' have been painted onto the walls and are clearly visible behind the children.