What was the process for selecting where POW camps were located? Particularly those camps used to provide agricultural labour. Given that the County War Agricultural Executive Committees were responsible for arranging for auxiliary labour resources to be allocated to farms were they involved? The camp that supplied much of the lower Teme Valley with POW labour in WW1 was in a different place to the WW2 camp although the two locations were only a mile or so apart. Why would the old site not be used - given that it was still available?