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Bayard Arriss

Bayard Arriss

 

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JLDid you ever think about the, the, the implications of... was it sort of, all new and exciting or was it... erm...?BAWell it was to start with, yeah. It was an unusual hazard, I mean Id, only ever...

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Christine Brown

Christine Brown

 

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CB:erm its always, its very, very difficult erm and Im always very cautious about what I say about women in science and whether people are deterred and whether its more difficult whether it is made m...

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Richard Hardiman 1

Richard Hardiman 1

 

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RH: so I was er... I was asked if I was interested to, to go into the Training Department erm... I took the job on because that gave me a role of, position of a foreman grade, erm, in those days and ...

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Richard Hardiman 2

Richard Hardiman 2

 

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RH: and er, people were very interested, in what you could tell them about what it was like in the sixties and seventies, they can see for themselves what its like now, but they were interested in wha...

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Nev Ramsden 2

Nev Ramsden 2

 

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NR: So there was A, B and C blocks, that were new and they had, a little kitchen... So they didnt have to blow the electricity to heat water, because in our blocks there was only an electric light.CM...

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Anne Pickford

Anne Pickford

 

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AP: the biggest negative aspect of this village is Sellafield trafficCM: how does that affect the village?AP: well when we first came to look at it with not knowing the area we thought that t...

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Mrs Eldred school 1

Mrs Eldred school 1

 

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....it rapidly expanded and to, to tell you when I joined, there were three hundred and twenty children in that school and they were all extremely er But of course... A lot of the village school, er ...

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Mrs Eldred school 2

Mrs Eldred school 2

 

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Cause they were all scientists. That was what Seascale was built for.DE There were local village people who, who, but they all joined in very well.P Oh very well. The te the farmers children were, s...

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