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Wymondham Food Bank interviews

  • AUD 115
  • Fondo
  • 2021

Anonymised interviews with users (8 interviews), volunteers (10 interviews), and others (2 interviews) in relation to the food bank in Wymondham.

Wymondham Community Outreach Project; fl 2021; food bank; Wymondham, Norfolk

Peter Handford collection

  • AUD 107
  • Fondo
  • 1966-1978

Collection falls in two parts. One are oral histories of people from Norfolk and Suffolk about their lives. The second are interviews with retired railway workers about their experiences, excerpts of which were used in a radio programme called, "The Last of Their Line", broadcast in the late 1960's.

Peter Handford; 1919-2007; sound recordist; Wickham Skeith, Suffolk

Jessopp Road United Reformed Church

  • FC 170
  • Fondo
  • 1926-2000

Norwich (Jessop Road) United Reformed Church (formerly Congregational); ?-?; Christian denomination; Norwich, Norfolk

Interview of Ruby Thrower

  • AUD 111, AC1
  • Fondo
  • nd [c 1980]

Ruby Thrower (born Martham 27 January 1901, died April 1989) by her son-in-law Mr Laurie Brettingham and in the presence of the late Daureen Hampton nee Thrower (daughter of Ruby Thrower)

Laurie Brettingham; fl 1980; Martham, Norfolk

Papers of Dr W.F. Greer of Terrington St John

  • MC 3541
  • Fondo
  • 20th century

Records relating to the Greers' medical practice, with personal papers, including collected documents, among them personal papers of the Gaze family of Norwich, 1919-1942

Described as follows in accompanying list:

Norfolk Education Committee Medical Inspection Committee Minutes 1908-1920
Dr Greer's Papers ref. Vaccination circa 1936-1947
Dr Greer miscellaneous Medical Documents
Dr Greer Private Documents
Plans of the Health Centre Terrington
Mr Gaze - bills, invoices, letters 1941-1942
Papers relating to Rose Cottage, Terrington St. John - late Dr Greer
2 tapes (1 blank) - talking about Terrington in the past and ghostly interactions

Dr W.F. Greer; fl 1987; doctor; Terrington St John, Norfolk

Papers and photographs of Kenneth and Brenda Davis

  • MC 3544
  • Fondo
  • 1965-2004

Records relating to Wensum Lodge, Norwich, they were the first wardens, including the history, restoration and conversion of buildings on the site and its development and use as an adult education centre.

Kenneth Davis; fl 1965 - fl 2004; Wensum lodge warden; Norwich, Norfolk

Research interview for When Wherries Sailed By

  • AUD 110, AC1
  • Fondo
  • nd [mid 1980s]

Recordings made by Stanley Sinclair as research for book on Coltishall written by his wife, namely Olga Sinclair, When Wherries Sailed By (Poppy Land Press, 1987)

Stanley Sinclair; fl 1980 - fl 1989; Norfolk

Wells Field Study Centre additional records

  • AUD 108
  • Fondo
  • 1987-1999

Contains: Log book, May 1989-Nov 1995.
Papers relating to National Association of Field Studies Officers conference at Norwich (organised by Wells Field Study Centre staff), 1999, and NAFSO journals, 1987 (including article by Christine West), 1996-1998 (of which Christine West was editor) (1 file).
Sound recordings relating to salt marshes (one labelled 'Wells Salt Marshes'), [? 1980s] (1 cassette tape and 1 reel).

Recorded interview of Mrs Bargewell of Ingham

  • AUD 95
  • Fondo
  • nd [mid 20th century]

Relates to agricultural and rural life in Norfolk in late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Mrs Bargewell; fl 20th century; Ingham, Norfolk

Recorded memoir of Augustus Ives (29 Dec 1894-11 Sep 1982) of Thornage, Briningham and later Norwich

  • AUD 93, CD6
  • Fondo
  • 1982-early 21st century

Relates to Ives's career working for London and North Eastern Railway, his time in the army and gardening, including at Swanton Novers House. Includes typescript notes and reproduced images of Augustus Ives. Recording made on 26 August 1982, digitized at unknown date.

Augustus Ives; 1894-1982; soldier; Thornage, Briningham and Norwich, Norfolk

Recorded memoirs of Gladys Tyrrell née Beales, of North Creake

  • AUD 47
  • Fondo
  • nd [1980s]

GT recollects her experiences of being a bearer at church for a baby's funeral aged 13. GT was born 1903, eighth of the nine children of an agricultural labourer, in North Creake. Describes her first ride in a motor car in the summer of 1912. GT describes regular household chores and learning to ride a bicycle. At 14 GT went into service and she talks briefly about her experiences. GT talks about the family house in North Creake e.g. her reminiscences of wash day. GT discusses the family diet and the authentic recipe for Norfolk dumplings. GT and interviewers discuss baths in the early part of the twentieth century. GT describes her experiences of schooling e.g. examination to leave school at Burnham Market. The family would get up early to gather mushrooms in September before school. GT talks about typical games the children would play. The interviewer asks about GT and the First World War e.g. she recalls Zeppelin raids near Dereham. GT talks about her job as cook at Barwick(?) Hall. GT describes her sister's wedding in 1919 and the outfits. GT talks about the tradesmen in North Creake e.g. baker, travelling fish salesman. Describes the pig that was traditionally killed each year to provide food for the family. They discuss ice houses (e.g. at Holkham Hall) and mentions old men who used to travel between local workhouses. GT reminisces about her wedding and honeymoon. GT discusses the development of North Creake e.g. council houses. Section where GT talks in broad Norfolk dialect and then explains meaning of particular words with interviewers. GT talks about the dairy in North Creake. GT describes the day of her father's 100th birthday (25 April 1961). He was popularly known as 'Grand-dad Beales' by the residents of North Creake. GT describes the preparations for his party, birthday cakes, visits by villagers and telegrams. GT also reminiscences about the (Earl) Spencer and Chambers families' visits to the village, including Lady Roxburgh. GT concludes with a poem about a party.

Gladys Tyrrell; 1903-1992; North Creake, Norfolk

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