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THE DAVID J  WOOD'S 
COLLECTION  OF 
ORAL HISTORY

News

We are happy to announce that Hinckley’s two premier history websites www.oralhistory.co.uk

and ‘Hinckley Past & Present‘ are soon to be merge, which will keep all Hinckley’s local history in

one place, Hinckley Past & Present can be found at www.hinckleypastpresent.org

You will still be able to access the Oral History by using www.oralhistory.co.uk as you currently do.

If you have saved us as a bookmark then these will not be affected, but you may need to refresh your browser by holding down the Ctrl button and pressing F5.

The old web site will close for at the end of April 2016

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HOW IS ORAL HISTORY RECORDED

WHAT IS ORAL HISTORY   

Oral History is not about Kings and Queens or what happened in 1066, 

Oral History is Local History of people like you and me 

How they lived, worked and spent their money.

Recorded with a tape recorder and used in sound and transcribed form.

If you enjoyed reading the transcripts please let me know.

All copyright retained by the Interviewer / Transcriber, all rights reserved by D. J. Wood 

which permits the redistribution and reprinting of this work for nonprofit, educational

purposes, with full accurate attribution to the author, web location, date of publication,

originating list.  For any other reason contact me,

  or if you would like to be contacted when new transcripts go on-line

If you find any short cuts that do not work Please let me know.

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