Woodchurch Day Nursery, Mr. Desmond Scriven, Phyllis, Britain, Hampstead
It's such fun of be the flower of Britain. They're a bit young to bother their happy little heads about citizenship; nevertheless youngsters like these are the flower of Britian's future - and, like other flowers, there's nothing they enjoy more than being Watered". The old war-damaged bath was taken to the Woodchurch Day Nursery, Hampstead, London, by Mr. Desmond Scriven, whose son attends the nursery. The children love it, and queue up to climb in when nurse Phyllis gets busy with the hose. July 1949 P012128"
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