Use the list below to search for type of material on the Women’s Land Army and Women’s Timber Corps. A Advertisements (WW1) Advertisements (WW2) Articles (WW1) Articles (WW2) B Benevolent Fund C Cards (WW1) Cards (WW2) Cartoons (WW1) Cartoons (WW2) Certificates (WW1) Certificates (WW2) Christmas D Dairy farming E Enrolment Documents (WW1) Events F Farming Activity of the Month Farmwork Forms (WW1) Forms (WW2) H Hostels I Interviews (WW2) L Land Girls and Lumber Jills at Play Latest News Latest Publications Letters (WW2) Lumber Jills M Messageboard N Newspaper Articles (WW1) New Year Messages O Official Documents (WW1) Official Documents (WW2) Other Documents (WW2) P Photos (WW1) Photos (WW2) Poetry (WW1) Poetry (WW2) Post World War Two R Rat Catching Recruitment (WW1) Recruitment Posters (WW1) Recruitment Posters (WW2) Research (WW1) Research (WW2) Reunions Running the WLA S Speeches (WW1) T The Archives The Land Girl Illustrations Tractor Driving U Uncategorized Uniform (WW2) V Videos (WW1) Videos (WW2) W WLA Snapshot in 5 Women’s Timber Corps Wooler Hostel WW1 Land Girl Profiles WW1 Land Girls WW2 Land Girl Profiles WW2 Land Girls H.R.H The Duchess of Kent paid an informal visit to the new Y.W.C.A Land Army Hostel at Slough which was opened in response to the request of the Buckinghamshire Land Army Committee. The hostel used to be a boy’s school, but began housing 50 girls working in market gardens. It had a large recreation room suitable for evening entertainments, an air raid shelter and a pleasant garden. Source: Catherine Procter WLA Collection.