As a civilian-manned organisation, the Civil Defence services show a great deal of latitude when it comes to the location of badges on uniforms. This group shot from Canterbury (showing a good mix of uniforms) shows what looks like the Royal Life Saving Association (RLSA) badge place above the right pocket of the battledress. The large cartwheel badges on the right pocket may be a variation of the St John Ambulance badge. The gentleman third from right also has an award badge on his lower right sleeve - a most unusual placement. The ladies to the left have the drivers coat and hat - one with the RLSA badge on right side. You can just make out what are probably the small ARP lapel badge aw well.
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