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Plaque for evacuees, Nymans
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Plaque for evacuees, Nymans

During WWII evacuees from Buckingham Gate Central School in London were made welcome in various houses throughout the parish. I think the plaque, which is fixed to an exterior wall of the ruined Nymans house, explains it better than I can.
Picture added on 25 June 2012 at 17:45
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I was one of those with my sister Margaret
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