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"It was at this gas lamp that most of us congregated - first to play, and as we got older, just to meet and chatter."
"It was the one day in the year when they brought the horses to the surface." Les tells his story about the Ferndale Carnival of 1926.
"Since I was young I've always loved stories."
"We were also great swearers knowing three swear words for poo." Two bored and cheeky kids have high jinks with some unsuspecting locals.
"She had this white apron and he'd put the egg there." Tommy remembers how he was only ten years old when he became a man.
"At this moment, the prayers of a little girl seem so important." Olwen recalls waiting for her father's safe return from the pit in a blizzard.
"Despite the blitz we felt far removed from the war in this haven of love." Lesley's memories of farm life.
"I always promised myself that I would keep in touch." The Iron Curtain made it impossible for Desider to keep his promise.
"Don't feed the seagulls bread and bicarb!" Jason learnt a few things growing up living in lighthouses around the coast.
"I used to tell people that my Mum wanted to call me Anna and my Dad wanted to call me Marie." Anna-Marie tells the story of her name.