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"The knowledge that it is a little portion of ‘our bit’ will repay our efforts"

The Ascot soup kitchen was a success.

The following report has been received from the Teachers who have organised the Soup Kitchen with so much energy and success. 138 more words

Life On The Home Front

Help in these difficult days

Food shortages led to a soup kitchen being set up in Ascot.

By the effort of the Teachers a Soup Kitchen is being started as the Schools for the benefit of the children, and we are sure many parents will be most grateful for this help in these difficult days. 38 more words

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Snake Eyes

Where does romance come from?

I’m specifically interested in the feeling of romance, but my curiosity has led me to take a quick look at the etymology of the word. 1,922 more words


Soup kitchens and food tickets

Food shortages meant the schools spearheaded efforts to feed Britain’s children.

Ascot Heath
February 26th 1918

A soup kitchen has been opened in connection with the Schools, and on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays will be open to all children. 41 more words

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Rough Sleeping, Soup Kitchens and the Rich.

At this time of year when there are soup kitchens and people sleeping rough in the richest countries in the world perhaps we should think why? 84 more words


Oh give me a home

There is a disturbing difference between those who have so much and those who have little.  The difference rears its ugly head in this document.  The top photo shows one of President of the United States Donald Trump’s homes/businesses in Florida. 377 more words

Why are mittens and soup so superior to affordable and social housing?

This is an addendum to my last post. Please Share.

So, in my last post I defended Ronna-Rae Leonard, NDP candidate for the riding of Courtenay-Comox, against ridiculous and scurrilous partisan attacks published in The Comox Valley Record by people clearly associated with the Liberal campaign in that riding. 876 more words