RefNoCA-EDU/38
TitleMinutes (not signed)
DescriptionWith index.

Includes reference to Air Raid Precautions as well as damage to property caused by air raids.

Pages 338 – 346 (Jan 1941) includes the ‘Report of the Director of Education on the Damage to School Property as a Result of Recent Air Raids’. The report refers to the request to members of staff to report for duty when the sirens went at on Sunday 15 Dec. The Education Department was responsible for staffing and organising emergency feeding and rescue centres (food was supplied by the Public Assistance Department) The loss of 15,000 school places is recorded as are details of the level of damage sustained at each school across the city (school name, department (whether infant or junior, boys or girls), damage sustained (direct hit, serious, extensive glass, burnt out, slight, negligible or none etc) and possible opening times). Also included is a list of ‘first line’ rest centres with their accommodation capacity.


Pages 202, 212 (Oct 1940) refers to the provision of chocolate milk bars during emergencies.
DateApr 1940 - Mar 1941
Extent1 item
AccessStatusOpen
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