§ 79. Viscount CRANBORNE
asked the Minister of Agriculture if he will consider the advisability of reimposing, for Revenue purposes, the admission fee of one penny to Kew Gardens which was abolished in August, 1929?
§ The MINISTER of AGRICULTURE (Sir John Gilmour)
I have had this question under consideration, and I have decided to reimpose as from Monday morning next this admission fee of a penny, except on students' days (Tuesday and Friday) when the admission fee will 525 continue to be sixpence, and on the four Bank Holidays (Easter Monday, Whit-Monday, August Bank Holiday and Boxing Day), when admission will be free.
§ Mrs. MANNING
Will that fee of one penny be charged when classes from elementary schools are taken to Kew?