The Fairbridge Society has converted "Tresca", Exeter, Tasmania, into a home for children from Britain. The new home is for children from broken homes, parentless children, or children with only one parent able to care for them. Tresca will accommodate 14 boys and girls. Five boys entered the home several weeks before the Governor of Tasmania, Sir Ronald Cross, officially opened it on March 15, 1958. They were the Godden brothers: Guy, 11; Paul, 9; Ian, 8 and Mark, 5 and Donald Rolston, 6. Mark and Paul Godden in the play room at Tresca
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