Group with Royal Mail Donkey Shay, Ruan Minor, about 1914-1918
|Place||Ruan Minor Cornwall United Kingdom|
|Date||1914 — 1918|
|Keywords||Ruan Minor People Trades and Professions Post Office War and Conflict World War One|
|Copyright||© Helston Museum|
A large group of men, women and children with the Royal Mail donkey shay that delivered local news, letters and parcels in Ruan Minor, taken around 1914-1918. The man in uniform holding the donkey's reins is thought to be Tommy Daw, a well known face in the Parish, who would have returned to his role as postman after serving in World War One.