REST-BREAK HOUSE FOR WOMEN'S LAND ARMY: REST AND RELAXATION IN TORQUAY, DEVON, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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Enjoying a quiet spot on a bench under the trees in the garden of the rest break house in Torquay are (left to right) Mrs Eivemark (the forewoman of a WLA hostel), Miss Mary Pakes, Miss Ann Royne (WLA gang work forewoman) and Mrs Joan Hart (timber corps crane driver). Mrs Eivemark and Miss Pakes are chatting whilst Miss Royne and Miss Hart are reading a book together.