Dartmoor Work Centre
Dartmoor Work Centre — later renamed Princetown Work Camp — was one of several labour camps established around the country to accommodate conscientious objectors.
The terms of the Home Office Scheme were harsh:
- There were fines for being late (one penny for every five minutes)
- 'Insolence' was an offence
- Conscientious objectors were forbidden from attending public meetings or possessing anti-conscription literature.