WWI news items, Campden School, newspaper cutting
Cutting from the ‘Evesham Journal & Advertiser’ August 4th 1917, reporting:
1. Miss Olivia M. Welsh of Seymour House successful in pianoforte playing at the Royal College of Music.
2. Exhibition of Hobbies at the Grammar School: photography, cookery, map-making, painting, raffia work, nature-study, woodwork, vegetable growing.
3. Service of Intercession for Old Boys who are serving in the Armed Forces.
4. Petty Sessions, special constables sworn in: George Smith, W.C. Harris, W. Warner, F.A. Blakeman of Campden.
5. Rummage Sale for the benefit of Servicemen, names mentioned: Haines, Carrington, Pyment, Elsley, Hands, Caldicott, Roberts, Bennett, Malin, Heritage, Becket, Wixey, Whatcott, Neve.