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Peter talks to Andrew Yates about his family's connection to the Three Johns of Mousehole.
The Three Johns of Mousehole, an animation created by Mae Voogd
Mary talks to Mel Mitchell about Paul Feast and as a child singing carols in the Kings Arms.
Diz talks to Mel Mitchell about early memories of school and church.
Tommy reminisces to Peter Robinson about the Mousehole Male Voice Choir.
John recounts his early memories of Paul Feast to Mel Mitchell
Greg and Denise Williams
The circus comes to Paul village.
Greg and Denise also talk Mel Mitchell about dancing on May Day and dancing around the Maypole. They then talk about Paul village school and Mousehole school in the 1950s.
Nim talks to Anna Murphy about becoming an apprentice shipwright and joining the crew of the Penlee Lifeboat
Betty is interviewed by Mel Mitchell.
Betty remembers moving out to make room for Belgian refugees.
She also talks about how the church was the basis for people’s social life, how children were free when she was growing up, what she got up to at 15 years old and May Queen.
Douglas is interviewed by Diana Ayres.
Douglas recalls the Torrey Canyon shipwreck. He also talks about being a model for the famous Newlyn School artist Stanhope Forbes.
Harry owns up to Peter Robinson that he was born in Penzance, and recalls the enjoyment of growing up in Mousehole
Melvia talks to Pauline Sheppard about growing up in Mousehole