"The Newquay, Cornwall, branch of the NCH, about 1910. The NCH played on the benefits of the bracing Newquay air and westerly rain, dressing their children in rubber raincoats and hats when they went out to meet the fresh air. Many seemed to flourish on the life."
Courtesy Picture Postcard Monthly, 2007.
Thanks to TG for spotting this extraordinary picture. He comments: