A Tudor rose

Ladies in Warfield were honoured for their work supporting the troops with their seiwng skills.


The members of the War Working Party received their medals of Queen Mary’s Needlework Guild on the 23rd inst. and were very much pleased with them. It is in the form of a bar brooch, with the letters Q.M.N.G. on white enamel, with a pendant consisting of crown over M.R. in gilt, and beneath a Tudor Rose with the outer White Rose of York and the inner Red Rose of Lancaster.

Warfield section of Winkfield District Monthly Magazine, April 1916 (D/P151/28A/8/4)

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