A WWII Bevin Boy from Penryn has passed away

By The Editor

16th Sep 2021 | Local News

A WWII Bevin Boy from Penryn has passed awayA man who was reportedly one of just two 'Bevin Boys' from Penryn called up to mine coal during WWII has passed away after several years of ill health. ...

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