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A Gloucester man gave his tortoise the kiss of life after finding him in his garden pond.
Debbie Manhaaver talks about the Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917.
Ceinwen Scales from Longford tells the stories of her two grandfathers.
Anna Rooke remembers her father William Bradwell who was injured at Passchendaele.
Anna's made her home in Gloucestershire with her husband and daughter...but she started her life in a land far far away. Well, Wiltshire anyway.
"I was born in a place called Winterslow, known worldwide as the most spread out village in England!
"My second hand bike and I spent many a long sunny day in transit between the Vivo shop and the school Rec.
"After leaving South Wilts Grammar school in Salisbury, I went to Bristol Poly and did three days serving at the local fish shop before realising that was never going to clear those student debts."
Life since then has seen Anna broadcasting across the West and she's been a firm favourite on BBC Radio Gloucestershire for years.
Her love of the county shines through each and every day.
"My favourite place is Saul Junction. Just you, the narrow boats and the ducks."
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