Lovely group portrait of ARP Wardens (early war) available on eBay. The early single diamond helmet marking for a Head Warden in evidence plus Civil Defence armbands and the obligatory silver ARP badge. The lady appears to have the oval red on black ARP badge more commonly seen on bluette overalls.
Doing some research on the writing on the back of the photo I saw the name Major Macleod Yearsley FRCS (Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons). Also a road named "Bulstrode Way". The road is in Gerrards Cross, Bucks. There is some info online about a Percival Macleod Yearsley who died in Gerrards Cross in 1951. The PMY are annotated at the bottom for the man with the Head Warden helmet.
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