Local Committee Minutes, District Office correspondence files and other material including publications produced by the Flintshire Area Branch of the National Savings Movement.
NATIONAL SAVINGS MOVEMENT RECORDS
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The National Savings Movement (1916-1978) existed to raise funds by general public subscription, particularly for purposes of military expenditure and aid to armed services personnel. During wartime this was partly achieved by fundraising campaigns organised nationally but carried out at a local level, such as "Warship week" and "Salute the soldier" week. Towns and villages could, for example, 'buy a spitfire' for the RAF in this way. These kinds of campaigns drew on the desire of the public to lend their support to helping their country in a patriotic sense, and to helping those fighting on their behalf.
Arranged into the following: Local Committee Minutes; District Office Correspondence files; Miscellaneous
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Other Finding Aids
A hard copy of the catalogue is available in Flintshire Record Office. Catalogue is searchable online at: http://calmview.flintshire.gov.uk/CalmView/
Compiled by Steven Davies. The following source was used to compile this description: Flintshire Record Office, National Savings catalogue.
Conditions Governing Use
Usual Copyright restrictions apply
All records deposited at Flintshire Record Office have been retained.
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