Cynthia Lillian Powell was the youngest of three children born to Charles Powell and his wife Lillian (née Roby) who already had two sons named Charles and Anthony. Charles Powell worked for the GEC company. In 1939, Lillian Powell was sent to Blackpool after World War II had been declared, and lived in a small room in a bed-and-breakfast on the Blackpool seafront. After the birth, the Powell family moved to a two-bedroomed semi-detached house in Hoylake; a middle-class area on the Wirral Peninsula that was considered "posh" by those in Liverpool.
At the age of 11, she won an art prize in a competition organised by the Liverpool Echo. One year later she was accepted into Liverpool's Junior Art School, which was also attended by Bill Harry, later editor of Liverpool's Mersey Beat newspaper.
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