Back to the 40s

CHILDREN from Ten Mile Bank School visited Ely Museum on Friday in 1940s costume, to learn about evacuation and rationing during the Second World War. The children also visited the Countess of Huntingdon Chapel, which was used as a synagogue for evacuate

CHILDREN from Ten Mile Bank School visited Ely Museum on Friday in 1940s costume, to learn about evacuation and rationing during the Second World War.

The children also visited the Countess of Huntingdon Chapel, which was used as a synagogue for evacuated Jews during the war.


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