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Berry Hill, Gloucestershire (cf. SED Skenfrith)

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    00:08:39

  • Cultures

    English

  • Shelf mark

    C900/04615

  • Recording date

    1999/04/02

  • Recording locations

    Berry Hill, Gloucestershire: OS Grid Reference(357500,212500)

  • Producers

    BBC

  • Recordist

    Vivian, Andy (male, interviewer)

  • Speakers

    Latham, Joyce (b.1932/03/16, female, housewife, author)

  • Description

    Joyce describes the kind of entertainment provided by the local community in her younger days – from impromptu "smoking concerts" to dance classes. Broadwell is a village just to the southeast of Berry Hill. The Mothers' Union is a worldwide Christian organisation, established in England in 1876 by Mary Sumner to promote the well-being of families worldwide. YMCA stands for Young Men’s Christian Association, a Christian lay movement that originated in London in 1844. It is perhaps best known for providing hostels throughout the UK.

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