Hiya, here is a small named group to one girl.
The jacket is the 1941 pattern ATS service dress. It is a very small size. She was a slim girl. She was attached to the Royal Army Ordnance Corps (Same as me when I was in the Army in the WRAC) as evidenced by the RAOC collar dog worn as a breast badge. The girls were allowed to do this at their CO's discretion.
The cap is also her's and like the jacket bears her name and service number written in black ink. This is very common to findthem marked like this. Maker marked and dated "A&J Geffer, Glasgow, 1943". Size 6 3/4.
When I first bought the group and looked at the name, "Kuhr", Ade & I both thought it might be of Indian origin? However, having looked into it we have discovered it is German. We have done some research on Ancestry and found it is a rare name in the UK. Going from birth records we have found only two girls with this surname, most likely sisters, born in the correct timeframe. Just frustrating there are no intials to the name. Of course our military records are in effect closed to all but next of kin without us getting a death certificate and the Veteran being dead for many years. So near and yet so far!