Interview about family, childhood and life in domestic service.
Old steam tram (00:00:38).
Women's work - In service or McQuorquodales (00:01:04).
Good neighbours (00:00:47).
Dora Bull looks back with affection at her childhood, family and the importance of her homelife. The simple pleasure of playing traditional family games, draughts, dominoes, cards, walks on a Sunday and her mischievous brothers.
She describes her father’s work at the Wolverton Works, the local steam tram and life in domestic service in London. Looking back she recalls the neighbourliness in the village and how the new residents were all strangers.
Mentions the Radcliffe and Ancell Trusts, local shops and door to door trading from floats.
Dora also discusses her dislike of the design of some of the new houses in Milton Keynes.