Where did people go during air raids in Great Britain during WW2?
If they could, they would go to air raid shelters. If they were
at home when the air raid sirens sounded, they may have had a
concrete shelter in their back garden, or they may have had an
Anderson shelter which was made of corrugated iron and partly
buried in their back garden. If they had no outside space, they
might have had a Morrison shelter (a self assembled steel cage)
somewhere in their home. If people weren't at home, there were
various public shelters available, sometimes in underground
stations or in the crypt of a church. At one period during the war,
people slept in underground (tube) stations every night.