Monday, 7 October 2019

Thanet's Women's Voluntary Service, WVS during WW2

One of my customers lent me a Thanet WVS scrapbook to copy and preserve today, I am not quite sure what I can get away with on the copyright front as for the most part I don't know which newspapers the clippings come from in terms of asking permission to use them for a local history publication.

Anyway I am posting some of it here as if anyone makes a fuss it's easy to remove it. I will try to get it all properly copied later in the week.

A fairly quiet day at Michael's Bookshop where I pretend to work today,

link to the books we put out today

In view of yesterdays comment, if you want to reserve one of the books either phone the shop during opening hours or send an email to the shop.

By Email

By Telephone fom the UK    (01843) 589500

By Telephone from outside the UK    +44 1843 589500,
72 King Street,
Ramsgate, Kent, CT11 8 NY

Opening Hours:

We are open 9:30 - 5:30 Monday to Saturday
Closed on Thursdays and Bank holidays. 

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