serf/vermillion and white striped dress

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Serf/vermillion and white striped dress with red trim on collar and short sleeves featuring British Red Cross Society roundels on each arm and right breast. There is also a 40 year service bar sewn beneath the roundel. Worn with a thin red belt. Worn by Gemma Jamieson, who volunteered at the Royal Hospital, Chelsea as a therapeutic care volunteer one day a week. This uniform was worn during the summer months, but was eventually replaced by navy trousers.
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Gemma Jamieson

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