Presentation drawn from recordings with people who lived in Soudley or Ruspidge along with photographs from the Dean Heritage Centre archive.
An opportunity to listen to the fascinating experiences of people living in the early to mid-1900s. Descriptions of village life, school, 'Penny & Orange' service, Morgan’s pool, Dulcote Leatherboard, charcoal burners and more…
Location: Meeting Room, Dean Heritage Centre, Camp Mill, Soudley, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, GL14 2UB
This talk is FREE but with indoor space limited, please book a place by tel 01594 822170 or email Nicola Wynn at email@example.com
Please bring a face mask to wear at this event for COVID-19 safety.
Photo above: Soudley in 1905
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