Southwold Railway Trust Archive of Wenhaston

Rob & Felicity Jeliffe talks to Arthur Musk for the Wenhaston Archive.

Rob & Felicity Jeliffe
Name of Interviewee(s) Rob & Felicity Jeliffe
Interviewed By: Arthur Musk
Date of Recording 29th January 2009
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Recording length 27 mins 00 secs
Description of Recording
Subjects Covered
00 min 00 sec Felicity arrives in Village to live at Sunnyside in 1948
00 min 19 sec Sunnyside neighbours
01 min 17 sec Felicity’s school days at Wenhaston and Halesworth
02 min 20 sec Felicity’s work after school and training to be a cook
02 min 56 sec Felicity returns to Wenhaston
03 min 50 sec Felicity meets and marries Rob and remembers John Drew
06 min 40 sec Rob & Felicity move to the Pet Shop and then The Dell
07 min 43 sec Remembering George Bird, Methodist minister & neighbour
09 min 19 sec Son Colin born and then daughter Pennie
10 min 22 sec Felicity’s mother did the post-round, the dances, socials and plays
13 min 11 sec Rob’s work in forestry then Garretts in Leiston
16 min 44 sec Remembering Lenny Saunders and Keith Spindler
18 min 23 sec Remembering Lenny Saunders and Keith Spindler
21 min 31 sec Poaching stories “a little night walking”
22 min 30 sec Changes in the Village and remembering neighbours
25 min 04 sec Rob’s memories of early days, fields, marsh and the commons