Christmas 1946 and there is a carol service for the German Prisoners of War. 300 of them attended.
The effect of clothing coupons. The vicar is bemoaning the dire effect of Dick Barton on children’s homework and the lurid Sunday newspapers on the moral health of the parish. 1946/1947 is a terrible winter and yet there is only one mention, in the March letter. Hugh Evans dies after a fall from his horse. There is to be a British Legion Gala and Sports Day in the field opposite the Recreation Room. Children will have to stay at school an extra year. There is mention of Russia and the barrier being built up between Russia and the west.
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