|Title||The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists|
aggravate by enforcing unprofitable idleness which they lacked the means to enjoy.
During these holidays some of the men did little jobs on their own account and others put in the whole time - including Good Friday and Easter Sunday - gardening, digging and planting their plots of allotment ground.
When Owen arrived home one evening during the week before Easter, Frankie gave him an envelope which he had brought home from school. It contained a printed leaflet: