Letter to Kathleen Burnside from women's voluntary service for civil defence

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Letter to Kathleen Burnside from women's voluntary service for civil defence

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Notes that she was leaving Beeston, but would be able to help when settled in new location.

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1957-03-21

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[crest] WOMEN'S VOLUNTARY SERVICE FOR CIVIL DEFENCE

BP,GEN/25b

W.V.S. Regional Office,
12, South Sherwood St.,
Nottingham.
Tel. Nottingham 45078.

21st March, 1957.

Dear Mrs. Burnside,

I am indeed sad to get your letter saying that you are leaving Beeston. The one good thing is that you are not leaving the district and I do hope that when you are settled in your new home you will be able to help us once again.

Looking after a van is not only a difficult task but also on many occasions a thankless one too and we are more than grateful for all you have done. It has made all the difference to me personally to know that you took such care and trouble to keep the van in good condition.

With all good wishes,

Yours sincerely,
Barbara Potter
[underlined] Regional Staff [/underlined]

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“Letter to Kathleen Burnside from women's voluntary service for civil defence,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed June 12, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/38005.

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