The Reverend Jane Durell speaks about her life: wartime, on a farm, horses, working for the church, and being ordained.
Frank Page describes his time in the army and working as a leisure club manager for Norwich Union
Hilda describes her varied working life, beginning with her first job at Mansfields Factory. During the Second World War, Hilda was called up to work for Home Security in Cambridge. Hilda eventually qualified as an Established Civil Servant. After the War years, Hilda worked as a Clerical Officer for Telephone House. First job at Mansfield’s […]
John Lobel describes his life during and after university, including early difficulties, his time at university, misdiagnosis of schizophrenia, printing, and Norfolk County Library Services.
Jean worked in her father’s shop as a girl and remembers the war and the soldiers who came into the shop. Our lives changed when I was nine years old. Father worked on a P&O liner but the war affected liners’ work in 1939. We left our home in Eastwood in Essex, and it meant […]
Eileen Durrant reminisces about her working life as a secretary at Colman’s, meeting her husband and time during the Second World War.
When I sought to serve God as a teenager every door seemed closed. You needed to be a man to serve. Who would have dreamt that I would end up as an ordained priest in the Church of England!