HC Deb 16 February 1948 vol 447 c146W
56. Mr. Dye

asked the Minister of Agriculture how many men from the Fakenham P.O.W. camp have been supplied by the Norfolk A.E.C. for drainage and other farm work in the parish of Guist during January and February this year; and what was the cost of the transport and supervision.

Mr. T. Williams

In the period 9th January to 10th February, inclusive, numbers of prisoners of war ranging from 25 to 55 were engaged on this work. Wages to the lorry driver /supervisors in the same period amounted to approximately £46. It is not possible to give a separate figure for transport costs.