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‘We have No Banana’s Today’

‘We have No Banana’s Today’


Transcriptions of oral history interviews with elderly residents of Sparkbrook (an inner city area of Birmingham) who emigrated to the UK from Ireland and West Indies in the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s. The interviews were conducted by students from St Johns Primary School, Sparkhill, Birmingham & focused on the changing availability of food in the UK since WW2, arriving in the UK from another country & how Birmingham has changed in the 40 years. The interviews feature in the exhibition.

18 pages / B5
3 GBP