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Kennford, Devon

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    00:06:40

  • Cultures

    English

  • Shelf mark

    C908/30

  • Recording date

    1963/04/01

  • Recording locations

    Kennford, Devon: OS Grid Reference(291500,86500)

  • Producers

    University of Leeds

  • Recordist

    Ellis, Stanley (b.1926

  • Speakers

    Weare, James Henry (b.1892, male, retired farmer), unidentified (male)

  • Description

    James talks about cider, ploughing and tells a couple of anecdotes form his cricketing days. Kenn (just to the south of Kennford) is a nearby village and Exeter (to the northeast) a nearby city. Exmouth (to the southeast) and Dawlish (to the south) are two nearby coastal towns.

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