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Hall, Bill (Part 8 of 9) Speaking for ourselves: an oral history of people with cerebral palsy

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    00:30:35

  • Shelf mark

    C1134/11/01-05

  • Subjects

    Cerebral Palsy

  • Recording date

    2005-05-05

  • Interviewees

    Hall, Bill (speaker, male)

  • Interviewers

    Mann, Philip (speaker, male)

  • Abstract

    Part 9 (Tape 5 Side A): Moved back to Scotland. Travelling in a Nippy. Drove three-wheeled Invertrike from Inverness to Corby in 1978 on the motorway. Attitudes to disabled people in Scotland and England. A book written about Stonehouse, called A Place of Our Own. Second marriage. Special Needs Link Governor. Occupational therapists, home care, Bedford Pilgrim Housing Association. Housing needs and design. Pavement scooters. (Side B: blank)

  • Description

    Interviewed for the project 'Speaking for ourselves: an oral history of people with cerebral palsy'; a project conducted by Scope in partnership with the British Library, financed by the Heritage Lottery Fund

  • Related transcripts

    Bill Hall interviewed by Philip Mann: full transcript of the interview (PDF)

  • Related links

    'Speaking For Ourselves' project website, including resources, information for schools and news

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Hall, Bill (Part 8 of 9) Speaking for ourselves: an oral history of people with cerebral palsy

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