World War II tags found in Caernarfon shop spark search for evacuees

Evacuee name tags dating back to World War II have been found in an antique shop.
The tags, which belonged to sisters Valerie and Theodora Keatley, were discovered by Bygones antique and collectors shop owner Ian Martin as he rummaged through boxes.
It is thought the children would have been between five and eight years old when they were evacuated from Liverpool to North Wales in the 1940s , and now Mr Martin wants to reunite the women or their family with the tags.
He said: “I was going through a box of stuff I bought recently and the tags were at the bottom.
“I’d love them to be reunited... read more

3 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 50
Source: Daily Post

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