Pam Woollard notes that the meal tickets were bought in the small cash desk in the Dress Department. Pam said ”Miss Ward sold them and I alway used to buy enough to last a week as I was rather afraid of her! This backfired as I usually needed more before the end of the week. Tickets could be bought in the following denominations I think, a halfpenny, one penny, twopence, one shilling and one shilling and threepence. These were old pennies (240 in the pound!) Lunch for Juniors was 1/- (one shilling) and for a Senior 1/3 9one shilling and threepence. Miss Fabian also sold the tickets on occasions. As now, this saved cash being taken into the Partners’ dining room”.