There are four files, mainly concerned with welfare.
The first file relates to Mortuary accommodation in the Old Priory Hospital in Leominster, including plans and correspondence with the county welfare officer and county treasurer relating to the running of it.
The second file contains lists of people evacuated during the war, giving their home address and that in which they were billeted. None of the addresses appear to be in Herefordshire, but much of the paperwork is stamped to say that it has been received by Herefordshire County Council. P. A. and P. H. Committee is written on the front, presumably Public Health and Public Assistance. This file does contain some sensitive personal information.
The third file has the same reference as the second, has the title 'Feeding Stations and Temporary Accommodation' and relates to the measures required for dealing with people made temporarily homeless as a result of bombing raids, including the provision and management of rest centres; provision and eventual disposal of food stocks, iron rations, furniture and other items required and care victims of the raids in general.
The fourth file relates to the registration of Old People's and Disabled People's Homes, with much correspondence relating specifically to the Relief Society for Poles Home at Credenhill Court.
There is also a loose document relating to the removal of a patient from the General Hospital to the Longfield Buildings, and loose plan of Ledbury Social Welfare Institution and of Leominster Priory showing a proposed new vestry and cloakroom with information about drainage.