Oral histories create a rich world of storytelling around our collections. Interviews are sometimes the only source that is available to remember a certain way of life, place, or person. Oral histories help us to understand how individuals experienced history and they can often fill in the gaps of our understanding, bringing an object or era to life. Listen to these voices and go on a journey back in time.
- What was it like to see soldiers come to town during the Great War?
- There are numerous games that can be played with marbles, but, the most common is known as “Ringers.” listen to how it was played
- Listen to the memories of dancing and singing at the Kings Arms on a Saturday night