Southwold Railway Trust Archive of Wenhaston

Daisy Stammers talks to Bridget Cousins for the Wenhaston Archive.

Daisy Stammers
Name of Interviewee(s) Daisy Stammers
Interviewed By: Bridget Cousins
Date of Recording 1st September 2008
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Recording length 17 mins 27 secs
Description of Recording Daisy Stammers talks to Bridget Cousins about her long life in the village.
Subjects Covered
00 min 00 sec Childhood and School in Wenhaston
01 min 00 sec Meeting husband, marriage and having children
01 min 30 sec Getting married and moving to cottage.
02 min 00 sec Water well and wash day
02 min 50 sec Marriage, children, grand and great-grand children.
03 min 35 sec Shops in Wenhaston and deliveries to the houses
06 min 15 sec What Daisy’s end of the village looked like – how its changed
07 min 30 sec The Star Inn
08 min 10 sec What Daisy’s end of the village looked like – how its changed
09 min 10 sec Swimming in the river Blyth and what children did years ago
10 min 15 sec The Stammers family in Wenhaston
11 min 00 sec Life now, housework and changes in the home
11 min 35 sec Other people who have also lived in Wenhaston all their life
12 min 00 sec Description of the Village landscape over the years
12 min 45 sec The Luncheon Club (looking at a photo) Link
14 min 00 sec Wenhaston Football Club presentation at Norwich (photo) 1965 Link
15 min 00 sec War memories: bombs dropped on Wenhaston and Halesworth