67. Lieut.-Colonel W. GUINNESS
asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the 1680 Board of Agriculture whether, in view of the hardship caused to children living in the neighbourhood of Kew Gardens by the charge of 1d. for admission, he will restore the pre-war practice of allowing free admissions to the gardens on certain days of the week?
Sir A. BOSCAWEN
Arrangements are in force whereby school children accompanied by a responsible teacher are admitted to Kew Gardens at half-price. As long as the present fee for admission is maintained, the Board do not propose to depart from this arrangement.