WW2: UCEM emblems
Posted on: 4 January, 2019
The bespoke gates at the College of Estate Management’s premises at Hinchley Woods, Surrey, provided an impressive entrance to the 34 acre site.
However, during the Second World War, metal was donated to the war effort: from housewives’ pots and pans… to College gates.
The College’s coat of arms and motto was preserved, but the rest of the gate was melted down.
Ann Heywood birthday wish
Good luck for the next 100 years! Think what’s been achieved through the ups and downs of the last century- and the many ways that CEM/UCEM has adapted and thrived…