National Savings Movement Service Badges
Starting during WW1 and continuing to sometime around 1978, the national Savings Movement was a routine part of my childhood years in the 1950’s. Every Saturday morning I would count out the sheets of Saving Stamps - six pence and two shillings and sixpence I think, before setting off in all weathers on my round of neighbours to sell whatever they wanted to buy. I can’t remember exactly how many doors I knocked on, but quite a few, and I remember looking under doormats if no one was home to take the money left there and leave the stamps. I doubt that would happen these days, sadly. I didn’t get any medals!!!!!
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