An earlier post is entitled:
The acronym SHEP has been variously identified as Soldiers Housing Emergency Project and as Soldiers Housing Emergency Premises. Whatever the exact wording, I find it of much interest to be learning additional details about SHEP thanks to great messages from site visitors.
On Nov. 29, 2018 I received the following message:
I am Jeanette Walton nee McDonald. During the early fifties I attended the SHEP School which stood for Soldiers Housing Emergency Premises.
The WW2 Long Branch was turned into housing after the war and I lived there with many other families due to the shortage of housing in Toronto. Do you have any pictures depicting the wooden structures that stood there?
In reply, I wrote:
Wonderful to read your message. It’s most interesting to read of your connection to the SHEP school.
Is it okay if I post your comment at my website? I could post your comments with or without your name depending on what works best for you.
Sometimes people like to have comments posted, sometimes not. For that reason I always ask.
We have some photos at my website:
I have a few more photos, of buildings. I will post them in the next while.
On Nov. 30, 2018 Jeanette Walton wrote, in turn:
Yes by all means you can post my story on your site attached is my Certificate of Honour showing SHEP School 1954
PS in 1955 my husband Don lived in Lakeside Camp during the war years was Little Norway during WW2. Norwegian Pilots were housed there and like Long Branch due to a Housing shortage people were housed there and as a Teen he attended Dances at the Long Branch Rec Hall.
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