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Mary Berry trained at The Cordon Bleu in Paris and Bath School of Home Economics. In the swinging '60s she became the cookery editor of Housewife magazine, followed by Ideal Home magazine.

Britain's original Womens Royal Naval Service was formed in and existed for only 2 years. However, the "Wrens" was re-activated on outbreak of World War Two, and became a respected permanent force. Female Hero, Female Soldier, World War One, First World, Royal Navy, Before Us, Women In History, Military History, Wwi

WRNS WW1

The Women's Royal Naval Service was formed in November 1917. The Admiralty restricted the WRNS to 3,000 women who were only allowed to do "shore service" mainly domestic work. They became cleaners, cooks and waitresses. The number eventually doubled, with Wrens doing many different jobs for which women had been thought unsuitable.

Object Name: woman's royal naval service uniform Artist/Maker: Simpson & Suter Role in production: manufacturer Place of Creation: Europe, United Kingdom Date: 1918 Accession Number: Credit: Manchester City Galleries Navy Ranks, Navy Uniforms, Military Uniforms, Manchester Art, City Gallery, Military Looks, Period Outfit, Haute Couture Fashion, Royal Navy

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Lest we forget. Memorial church kneeler s stitched for Jacksons Of Hebden Bridge, by the Fine Cell prisoners charity. Prayer For Church, Hebden Bridge, All Saints, Wwi, Needlepoint, Linens, Charity, Needlework, Prayers

Lest we forget. Memorial church kneeler s stitched for Jacksons Of Hebden Bridge, by the Fine Cell prisoners charity.

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