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The Week's Good Cause

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Appeal on behalf of Disabled Ex-Service Men's Factories by Lieutenant-General Sir WILLIAM FURSE , K.C.B., D.S.O.
For the past two years an Annual Exhibition has been held, in co-operation with the British Legion, of goods made by war-disabled men. Arrangements for the Exhibition have been made by Lieutenant-General Sir William Furse , K.C.B., D.S.O., and this year it is to be held at the Imperial Institute, South Kensington, the dates being November 5 to 16, inclusive. H.M. the King has been most interested in these Exhibitions and, when on a visit to one of them, said : 'I hope that many hundreds of people will visit the Imperial Institute and give practical help to the disabled soldiers by purchasing their Christmas presents at the Exhibitions.'
The following is a list of institutions where war-disabled men's goods are made :—
Ashtead Potters, Ltd.
British Legion Village.
British Legion Pappy Factory.
Cambrian Factory (British Legion).
Disabled Sailors and Soldiers Workshops (Bournemouth). Disabled Soldiers Workshops (Cambridge).
Disabled Soldiers Workshops (Church .4rmy). Disabled Soldiers Embroidery Industry. Enham industries.
Ex-Service Men's Valeting Company. llorsham Co-Operative Weaving Industry. Hospital Ward Industries.
King's Roll Clerks' Association.
Lord Roberts' Memorial Workshops. Milton Home Industries. O.F.l.A.
Painted Fabrics, Ltd., Sheffield. Papworth Industries.
Princess Alice Home (Slough). Spero leather Workers. Spero Firewood Factory.
Sailors and Soldiers Home (Eastbourne). St. Dunstans.
Vocal Therapy Society. War Service Legion.
Willesden Handicrafts Centre.

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The Week's Good Cause

5XX Daventry, 3 November 1929 20.45






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