Our wartime community

These ladies are our friends & customers; Enid, who always keeps her rollers in!

Mrs Fazackalee, who is a widow that likes to have her parrot The Admiral with her at all times, and Mrs Tiplady, who is the president of Mrs T's WI group.

This is our good friend Norman. Norman is Mrs Fazackalee's gardener. When he isn't gardening he manages to supply most people with whatever he can come across!

The two people on the left of this photograph are our local theatricals, Bertram Valentine & Miss Rosalind Hathaway.  Miss Hathaway is a lot more demure than Bertram Valentine.  Bertram Valentine is loud and doesn't seem to mind who knows his business!

This is Enid's kitchen.  It's very cosy I must say.  It is splendid to sit around the table and have tea and scones and a good little gossip!  Enid is often complimented on her scones....as well as her gossip!

The church hall is a very important place for us all to go. The lady in blue at the back of the room is our ARP warden, she instructs people in first aid - we all take it very seriously indeed! 

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