A great group portrait of civil defence wardens belonging to Key Post P6. Sadly there is no further information available on the location of this photo. Going by the maximum number of war service chevrons on show I imagine this is a stand-down photo just after the war finished in May 1945.
Standard battledress and trousers for the men and tunic and skirts for the ladies. As for most wardens there is just the most basic of insignia (apart from the junior supervisory chevrons) on show - just the CD breast badge and warden shoulder titles. One chap at the front has leather gaiters on.
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