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A talk by the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Stamford, J.P., D.L., Sidney Morton , and C. F. Ross
' Who will serve ? ' That is the motto of the Voluntary Land Club which was formed as the result of the appeal by Sir Reginald Dorman -Smith, when he was Minister of Agriculture, for voluntary helpers in the fields. This afternoon vnu are to hear all about the aims of the club and how farmers have been helped by voluntary workers.
The parent centre is at
Altrincham, Cheshire, and speakers
. will include its President the Earl of Stamford, its Hon-Secretary, C. F. Ross , and its Hon.TAgricultural Adviser, Sidney Morton , who runs a modern farm at Altrincham.


Unknown: Sidney Morton
Unknown: C. F. Ross
Unknown: Sir Reginald Dorman
Unknown: C. F. Ross
Unknown: Sidney Morton

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BBC Home Service Basic, 1 June 1940 13.15

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