Canadine, Sybil (Part 7 of 7). National Life Stories

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    Coaching and teaching sports; Swimming

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    Canadine, Sybil, 1897- (speaker, female)

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    Abrams, Rebecca (speaker, female)

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    Part 7: Life after the War; moving to Whitchurch in 1949; moving to Bognor in 1952 when husband retired because of a heart condition, at the age of 65. Asked to run the Project for Young Leaders, a scheme to train Rangers to become Guiders. Becoming Chairman of Young Wives section of the Mothers' Union, and starting 400 Groups throughout the country. 1960: Widowed and moves to Cheltenham. Involvement with church community, and with Girl Guides and Girl Scouts as an Associate Member. Prime importance to her of the ethic of service to others.

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    Interview with Sybil Canadine

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    Sybil Canadine interviewed by Rebecca Abrams: full transcript of the interview

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