HOLIDAY CAMP GETS GOING AGAIN: EVERYDAY LIFE AT A BUTLIN'S HOLIDAY CAMP, FILEY, YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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Men and women gather in the bar at Butlin's Holiday Camp at Filey. One man is dressed in riding breeches, which can be hired from the camp, along with horses, for those who which to go horseriding during their stay. A sign above the counter advertises a new cocktail "Marion presents 'Marionette' her cocktail", served at a cost of 4/-. According to the original caption, the bar is run on the "Club-Membership rule" to conform with licensing laws, and there are also milk bars and snack counters in the camp, open to all.