At the age of five Jane went missing in Folkestone and a search was started for her.

When she was eventually found, it turned out she had been sitting for several hours in the hen house.

Moving Around Her family moved house several times while Jane was young.

In 1935, when she was a year old, the family moved out of London to the town of Weybridge.

From an early age she loved animals and she enjoyed exploring gardens and observing the wildlife she found – anything from butterflies to slugs.

Her family took in several pets, including a dog and a tortoise.

Despite the war, the bombs she heard exploding, the blackouts, the food rationing, and her father’s absence, Jane lived contentedly in Bournemouth.

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