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55 conversations recorded by `Josephine' (PS0FF) between 12 and 20 March 1992 with 8 interlocutors, totalling 7580 s-units, 45451 words, and 7 hours 59 minutes 4 seconds of recordings.


10 speakers recorded by respondent number 512

PS0FF Ag4 f (Josephine, age 54, housewife, Welsh, )
PS0FG Ag5 f (Tina, age 84, retired, Welsh, ) mother
PS0FH Ag4 m (Danny, age 57, disabled unemployed, Welsh, ) husband
PS0FJ Ag2 f (Susan, age 32, housewife, Welsh, ) daughter
PS0FK Ag2 m (Steve, age 34, ship's captain, North-east Midlands, ) son-in-law
PS0FL Ag2 m (Mark, age 25, assistant manager, Welsh, ) son
PS0FM Ag0 m (Ricky, age 9, student, Welsh, ) grandson
PS0FN Ag2 f (Sally, age 30, housewife, Welsh, ) daughter
KCNPSUNK (respondent W0000) X u (Unknown speaker, age unknown) other
KCNPSUGP (respondent W000M) X u (Group of unknown speakers, age unknown) other

55 recordings

  1. Tape 026701 recorded on 1992-03-12. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having tea
  2. Tape 026801 recorded on 1992-03-13. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: breakfast
  3. Tape 026802 recorded on 1992-03-13. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( in car ) Activity: talking
  4. Tape 026803 recorded on 1992-03-13. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having lunch
  5. Tape 026804 recorded on 1992-03-13. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having a chat
  6. Tape 026805 recorded on 1992-03-13. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having tea
  7. Tape 026806 recorded on 1992-03-13. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: talking
  8. Tape 026807 recorded on 1992-03-13. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( shops ) Activity: shopping
  9. Tape 026808 recorded on 1992-03-13. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( in car ) Activity: talking
  10. Tape 026809 recorded on 1992-03-13. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: talking to husband
  11. Tape 026901 recorded on 1992-03-14. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having breakfast
  12. Tape 027001 recorded on 1992-03-14. LocationPembrokeshire: Tenby ( caravan ) Activity: arguing about gas fitting
  13. Tape 027002 recorded on 1992-03-14. LocationPembrokeshire: Tenby ( caravan ) Activity: talking
  14. Tape 027003 recorded on 1992-03-14. LocationPembrokeshire: Tenby ( caravan ) Activity: having a chat
  15. Tape 027004 recorded on 1992-03-14. LocationPembrokeshire: Tenby ( caravan ) Activity: having coffee
  16. Tape 027005 recorded on 1992-03-14. LocationPembrokeshire: Tenby ( caravan ) Activity: having a chat
  17. Tape 027006 recorded on 1992-03-14. LocationPembrokeshire: Tenby ( caravan ) Activity: having tea
  18. Tape 027101 recorded on 1992-03-14. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: lighting fire
  19. Tape 027102 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( in car ) Activity: chatting
  20. Tape 027103 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( in car ) Activity: talking
  21. Tape 027104 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( at home ) Activity: watching television
  22. Tape 027201 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having tea
  23. Tape 027202 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having tea
  24. Tape 027203 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having tea
  25. Tape 027204 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: talking
  26. Tape 027205 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: talking generally
  27. Tape 027206 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: watching television
  28. Tape 027207 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: reading paper
  29. Tape 027208 recorded on 1992-03-15. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having tea
  30. Tape 027301 recorded on 1992-03-16. LocationDyfed: Johnston ( home ) Activity: Unspecified
  31. Tape 027302 recorded on 1992-03-16. LocationDyfed: Johnston ( home ) Activity: Unspecified
  32. Tape 027303 recorded on 1992-03-16. LocationDyfed: Johnston ( home ) Activity: Unspecified
  33. Tape 027304 recorded on 1992-03-16. LocationDyfed: Johnston ( home ) Activity: sitting together
  34. Tape 027305 recorded on 1992-03-16. LocationDyfed: Johnston ( home ) Activity: Unspecified
  35. Tape 027402 recorded on 1992-03-17. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( driving in car ) Activity: talking
  36. Tape 027403 recorded on 1992-03-17. LocationDyfed: Dyfed ( in car ) Activity: talking
  37. Tape 027404 recorded on 1992-03-17. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( shopping ) Activity: electric board shop
  38. Tape 027405 recorded on 1992-03-17. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( shopping ) Activity: buying a loaf
  39. Tape 027406 recorded on 1992-03-18. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having coffee
  40. Tape 027407 recorded on 1992-03-18. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: watching television
  41. Tape 027408 recorded on 1992-03-18. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: watching television
  42. Tape 027409 recorded on 1992-03-18. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: watching television
  43. Tape 027410 recorded on 1992-03-18. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: reading paper and knitting
  44. Tape 027501 recorded on 1992-03-19. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( shops ) Activity: shopping
  45. Tape 027502 recorded on 1992-03-19. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( in car ) Activity: going shopping
  46. Tape 027503 recorded on 1992-03-19. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( in car ) Activity: going shopping
  47. Tape 027504 recorded on 1992-03-19. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( bakers ) Activity: buying loaf
  48. Tape 027505 recorded on 1992-03-19. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( shopping ) Activity: in shop
  49. Tape 027506 recorded on 1992-03-19. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( shop ) Activity: in queue
  50. Tape 027507 recorded on 1992-03-19. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( shopping ) Activity: talking
  51. Tape 027601 recorded on 1992-03-20. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having coffee
  52. Tape 027602 recorded on 1992-03-20. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: reading newspaper
  53. Tape 027603 recorded on 1992-03-20. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: polishing
  54. Tape 027604 recorded on 1992-03-20. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: preparing lunch
  55. Tape 027605 recorded on 1992-03-20. LocationDyfed: Haverford West ( home ) Activity: having lunch

1 (Tape 026701)

Mark (PS0FL) [1] I hope you realised they said a few a words on there that's ... just been picked up like ... while I was
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2] Yeah I know.
Mark (PS0FL) [3] on the phone.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4] [...] ... I hope you're aware that [...] ... [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [cough]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5] They said record ... everything.
[6] ... Otherwise we will come and see [...] how bad it is.
[7] ... I shall be [...] .
[8] ... Is forty three okay? ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [9] Well what's Mark doing?
[10] ... That's that's fine.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [11] Mark had [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [12] Mark ... will he be first to finish?
[13] He can go and he'll be third [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [14] You're telling me you have that round the house playing, on record all the time?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [15] So you can't [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [16] That's right.
Mark (PS0FL) [17] Ah?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [18] You can't [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [19] Well you wouldn't [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [20] Will it be so unusual, [...] ?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [laugh]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [21] [...] be good.
[22] ... These are corpus records.
[23] ... For the [...] er ... [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [24] Stick it in your bedroom.
[25] What, does it pick up the farting?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [26] What?
Mark (PS0FL) [27] Stick it in your bedroom.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [28] Won't get nothing there.
Mark (PS0FL) [29] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [30] You'd have laughed [...] .
[31] ... Catherine's house [...] the bed shop.
[32] ... There was a man in the window and he jumped on the bed!
[33] ... And he laid there!
[34] ... And he must have been nearly ten minutes!
[35] So we sat and watched him.
[36] And he got up and he got on another bed!
[37] ... And he laid there!
[38] ... And he went round all the beds!
[39] ... And then he bought head board! ... [laugh]
Mark (PS0FL) [laugh]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [40] Ah?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [41] Unless he'd just bought a bed.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [42] Our dad's been away.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [43] She won't go out!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [44] Why?
Mark (PS0FL) [45] She doesn't [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [46] From the ... dinner time to
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [47] tea time.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [48] No.
[49] ... What's the matter with her?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [50] Well at least she's [...] , he hadn't been doing enough work somehow!
[51] ... Cos he come
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [52] I have.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [53] back home [...] !
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [54] I've been ... I've been to the ... [...] ... Saturdays and Wednesdays
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [55] Saturdays and Wednesdays, Saturday and Wednesday.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [56] No exception [...] ... Keep it up!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [57] Yeah, but whe , on the Tuesday and the Friday.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [58] But not on [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [59] [...] ... No?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [60] I do sometimes have a lay down ... but in my school she says right, can you go and ... [...] , I go like that.
Mark (PS0FL) [61] Must have [...] .
[62] ... Oh shit!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [63] Mm?
Mark (PS0FL) [64] Supposed to be up Sally's for tea!
[65] ... Shit!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [66] That's what I said!
[67] It's Thursday!
Mark (PS0FL) [68] Oh Shit! ... [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [69] That's a new word for the dictionary, that!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [70] Paid up the insurance for the car, yeah?
Mark (PS0FL) [71] No.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [72] That'll cost you a fiver!
Mark (PS0FL) [73] [...] .
[74] ... It said nothing of the [...] !
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [75] We'd asked you [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [76] [...] ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [77] It was definitely he was getting the parts.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [78] Alright.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [79] Yeah but that was
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [80] Didn't he say?
Mark (PS0FL) [81] two months ago!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [82] Six months.
Mark (PS0FL) [83] That was too bad ... cos ... I said to this bloke [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [84] Then you can pay my car can't you?
Mark (PS0FL) [85] Yeah I can.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [86] It'll be two years.
[87] I said, well [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [88] Well Buddy, got the assessor back down there, as you know. ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [89] Did they charge you for the [...] ?
Mark (PS0FL) [90] So he's ... at least we'll go round all the ... the [...] .
[91] ... It's only a small piece of carpet.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [92] Does , does the manufacturer [...] , does the production [...] and they can't make the part and we need part B ... for it.
[93] ... Cos the stock [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [94] Dad? ... [...] , see that over there?
[95] ... That [...] right?
[96] In between the [...] .
[97] ... And don't let [...] guff right!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [98] Don't [...] ... [...] !
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [99] So it should been in it!
[100] They wouldn't have guessed, they could say we'll be out Friday night!
[101] ... [...] ... I don't need it Friday night and leave it in the that [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [102] Stop it!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [103] it'll be [...] ... Don't [...] !
[104] ... Cos it'll be
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [105] [...] ... If they open that new garage then we will [...] ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [106] Are they gonna [...] ?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [107] Won't be open [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [108] Dad?
Mark (PS0FL) [cough]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [109] This, is costing me [...] !
Mark (PS0FL) [110] Pat's not with them.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [111] Perhaps they'll be writing if off?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [112] [...] in again
Mark (PS0FL) [113] Well no, he's gonna give us your car back.
[114] As soon as the bloke
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [115] Do the same thing.
Mark (PS0FL) [116] agrees [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [117] So.
Mark (PS0FL) [118] So.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [119] [sigh] Ha [] !
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [120] What's to be done?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [121] At where?
Mark (PS0FL) [...] ... [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [122] Well, I'm afraid it could be there for six months!
[123] ... Because the manufacturer [...] the part ... Ford.
[124] ... Are not making ... at the moment ... the part [...] , the problem with the manufacturer [...] .
[125] ... The manufacturer ... [...] ... said she was having the problem there.
Mark (PS0FL) [126] It's only a small body kind of thing.
[127] ... [...] what're they gonna have to order?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [128] Behind [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [129] She said, the part they were gonna have to put on it
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [130] To fix it!
Mark (PS0FL) [131] was about a hundred and eighty quid!
[132] ... And then they were gonna have cut most of that off ... to replace
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [133] to [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [134] cut a piece off.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [135] Well where do you think it comes from?
Mark (PS0FL) [136] Dunno, [...] ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ... [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [137] Do you know the woman at the end of our road, right?
[138] Takes me to ... school everyday.
[139] ... She's got a D reg Sierra ... with a, a locking petrol cap ... something went wrong with this other one.
[140] ... They couldn't get her a new one!
[141] ... Ford.
[142] They could not get her a new one!
[143] She had to have it modified!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [144] I know, they've got to get it made!
Mark (PS0FL) [145] Repaired.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [146] [...] clutch [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [147] That's a D reg, nineteen eighty seven car!
[148] ... But Ford could not get one in the new cap! ... [...] !
[149] ... Incredible!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [150] [...] ... there's a problem on construction line, to have it made and it won't done [...] , cos there's a problem with it!
[151] ... So that the ... [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [152] You could send out to Japan quicker, for that part [...] !
[153] ... Been waiting for this [...] , this is supposed to be ... in the U K and you just can't get the part!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [154] Right, I'm going to the work, I'll see you later!
Mark (PS0FL) [155] Bye!
[156] ... Bye!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [157] He couldn't have the part! ... [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [158] Are you coming off [...] or what?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [159] He says one thing ... not only do we [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [160] Well I wonder where he gets that from?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [161] So there's me [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [162] Can't [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [163] No.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [164] Plus we got the trouble with the [...] ! ... [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [165] You can't blame [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [166] I think it's gotta be [...] through there.
[167] ... You see, it's the same with [...] , he didn't want the car to go into Green's .
[168] ... And then they [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [169] They say you've gotta put the car into Greens and that's [...] !
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [170] They recommend it anyway
Mark (PS0FL) [171] Now that I've never ever come across that before!
[172] ... They've, they've never in fact ... that means they normally [...] or something like this on a car.
[173] ... They just ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [174] Perhaps they'll [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [175] I'll go down and show them ... tomorrow.
[176] ... Had the car ... sometime [...] , if I'm not there, [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [177] They'll take it.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [178] [...] ... you would!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [179] [...] a time.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [180] [...] ... on the bus ... [...] ... [...] ... [...] ... fifteen pound eight plus vat ... when they say five pound eight plus vat, plus insurance [...] that's cheaper.
[181] ... [...] well you don't qualify for it [...] .
[182] ... So she goes I'll found out but I'm sure you don't qualify it.
[183] ... And even if you did you couldn't get [...] .
[184] ... Yes, you qualify for it! ... [...] , you do qualify for it.
[185] ... Under the [...] .
[186] ... [...] ... and ... [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [187] Oh.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [188] And I said to [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [189] Yeah.
[190] ... [...] it happened to us ... after forty eight hours!
[191] ... But we got it.
[192] ... We'd have had a car ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [193] Got this ... got this quote, right, from ... the other garage
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [194] [...] ... what just ... [...] , how much did you say?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [195] Seven ... seven figure!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [196] Cheap ... right!
[197] ... They were gonna spray the whole car, which Green's won't do!
[198] ... Green's would wanna charge another six hundred pound to spray half a car
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [199] Six fifty seven quid.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [200] Right?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [201] Green's is a right rip off!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [202] Now ... we, we've said that.
[203] ... This other garage can throw in a courtesy car as well!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [204] And they've [...] ... it's gotta go into Green's because we've ... we've paid our policy!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [205] Paid our insurance!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [206] Speedy and efficient.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [207] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [208] I said, well I have seen [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [209] speed at the moment, but I haven't seen any efficiency!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [210] Yeah, they've got to contact us now.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [211] And I'd like to see quality!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [212] Well I wouldn't buy a wheelbarrow at Green's
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [213] No!
Mark (PS0FL) [cough]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [214] [...] he's going to catch a cold!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [215] But the attitude ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [216] I rang up Monday and I said to her
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [217] You know, what's happening about
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [218] What's happening about the car?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [219] When could the car be done?
[220] No, when ... when [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [221] No , I rang up to say ... the car should be out on Monday should I like to say Wednesday [...] , no problem. ... [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [222] No.
[223] ... [...] ... I said ... problem?
[224] ... No problem! [...] ... [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [225] No, he told you that he definitely get it, eleven o'clock!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [226] He said , he said at [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [227] I says [...]

2 (Tape 026801)

Josephine (PS0FF) [228] Is he [...] ?
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [229] Why?
Danny (PS0FH) [230] He's taught me [...] ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [231] [...] all mine I suppose.
[232] ... She and erm ... the children.
[233] ... And he dreams about a [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [234] Won't have the [...] . ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [235] You'll be coming round nan's [...] then will you?
[236] ... She'll have to go to town near Dudley.
Danny (PS0FH) [...] ... [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [237] That's [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]

3 (Tape 026802)

Tina (PS0FG) [238] He's supposed to go to er ... [...] .
[239] ... Gotta go to ... what's it called again?
Danny (PS0FH) [240] Oh look!
[241] ... They've run over to the sheep!
[242] ... Didn't know ... pretending.
[243] ... He's supposed to be [...] or something.
[244] ... Supposed to have let me know last night [...] ... again.
[245] ... I don't know what's up.
Tina (PS0FG) [246] You'll have to ring him up!
[247] ... You did go in di , didn't you?
[248] ... Go in.
[249] ... From work I'll have to ring here ... and we'll have to go and get him.
[250] ... [...] to er ... just gotta go.
[251] He doesn't know what day.

4 (Tape 026803)

Josephine (PS0FF) [252] Well the forecast says ... it's gonna be rough!
[253] ... In the north of Wales that's in snow and blizzards all day!
[254] ... They said that ... [...] or two.
[255] ... And what about Tuesday?
[256] ... Then we got ... you know, [...] next Tuesday.
[257] ... Stroll on!
[258] ... How's your fingers?
Tina (PS0FG) [259] Sore, better, but a bit sore.
Josephine (PS0FF) [260] It will be for a bit love.
[261] ... How do you cut your fingers in your cupboard?
Tina (PS0FG) [262] Dunno.
[263] ... Cos they weren't near the glasses.
[264] ... They were in the [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [265] [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [266] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [267] Always does [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [268] Yeah I will.
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [269] Yeah.
[270] ... See ... see that.
Josephine (PS0FF) [271] Not the finger.
Tina (PS0FG) [272] Give me the [...] .
[273] ... It, it, they're always [...] . ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [274] Ooh dear!
Tina (PS0FG) [275] [...] ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [276] But when we got married ... but when we started to ... [...] ... we went to [...] we did our shopping in there.
[277] ... There was a ... a nice furniture shop ... in [...] ... and there was a nice ... hardware stores.
[278] ... Didn't belong to the same people ... But they did an awful lot of ... trade.
[279] ... You know, market days and [...] .
[280] ... And we got our furniture ... [...] furniture in this place and there's a story in this one.
[281] ... So we to the hardware shop and we bought some mats and ... dishes and ... God knows what!
[282] ... And we bought a ... [...] ... Then a [...] , don't seem to have heard of [...] in a kitchen.
Tina (PS0FG) [283] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [284] And ... we bought this extra [...] ... and then went better side of the bed.
Tina (PS0FG) [285] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [286] And ... as time went on ... course ... I'd got no experience of house ... cleaning boots ... and managing, or anything like that!
[287] ... Cos we had this mat there a long time ... and I think we picked [...] .
[288] ... But it was a beauty!
[289] ... Pretty one, you know, a nice [...] one.
[290] ... And ... I didn't know what to do with the thing!
[291] [...] . ... I didn't know what to do with it dad!
[292] ... No experience ... of ever anybody doing it.
[293] ... Can't ... think to ask.
Tina (PS0FG) [294] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [295] So it's up in my bedroom ... during the summer ... [...] scrubbing ... [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [296] That's right, and windy!
Josephine (PS0FF) [297] So I put it up [...] ... and I gave to [...] ... like that, I went [...] put them in the water!
[298] Like this!
Tina (PS0FG) [299] Oh!
Josephine (PS0FF) [300] But the , it was hot!
[301] ... And to dry that one ... and, and that came up like ... pretty.
[302] ... And that one [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [303] I'm sure, you know, I was thinking there now, I think ... there's a lot of wool in tha , in them.
Josephine (PS0FF) [304] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [305] It's half wool, half nylon.
[306] ... And I think that's why you cannot clean them, cos [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [307] And if I had my way, they would have [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [308] And there was no nylon around in those days.
Tina (PS0FG) [309] If I used this with my way.
Josephine (PS0FF) [310] Mm?
Tina (PS0FG) [311] If I had my way, I'd have Axminster straight through the house [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [312] Or else
Tina (PS0FG) [313] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [314] [...] your way.
Tina (PS0FG) [315] ... Well Violet is wasting her time isn't she?
[316] ... She could have nice now, all ready.
Josephine (PS0FF) [317] She could.
[318] ... [...] there'll be never be any other ... [...] ... too young for her now.
Tina (PS0FG) [319] No, kids there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [320] That's why I couldn't keep my eyes [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [321] Mm ... yes, but even her spare bedroom needs [...] , she could be doing it up and renting that one.
[322] ... Couldn't
Josephine (PS0FF) [323] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [324] she?
[325] ... But she won't be able to afford to now!
[326] Not right now!
Josephine (PS0FF) [327] Mm, she could it rent [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [328] While they've got the chance to go.
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [329] [laughing] Oh God, it's her bloody Honda [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [330] Nice sound.
Josephine (PS0FF) [331] [laughing] [...] [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [332] These are the new disabled stickers.
Josephine (PS0FF) [333] Oh.
[334] ... They used to be like that.
[335] ... They [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [336] I i , is it for [...] ?
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [337] No, you go in the box [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [338] Yes.
Tina (PS0FG) [339] Yeah.
[340] ... Passport holders.
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [341] Ah?
Tina (PS0FG) [342] Passport holders.
Josephine (PS0FF) [343] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [344] There's one
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [345] in the G P O.
[346] ... So where are you gonna put this now?
Danny (PS0FH) [347] There's room in the front of the car [...] .

5 (Tape 026804)

Josephine (PS0FF) [348] So, if you'd like to come down and have conversation?
Tina (PS0FG) [349] Sue's gone to er ... Llangywneth ... Nathan, [...] by his brain scan.
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [350] I don't know, they think that he's got er ... dead brain cell or something, yeah?
Josephine (PS0FF) [351] Why?
Tina (PS0FG) [352] Then here, going ... she's now going to [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [353] It's ... the back, the connection, from here to the brain.
Tina (PS0FG) [354] Oh [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [355] No, there's just something that ... not him ... here isn't connected to the brain properly.
Tina (PS0FG) [356] Is it from here?
Josephine (PS0FF) [357] That's ... there's something wrong.
Tina (PS0FG) [358] Why doesn't [...] try out here.?
Josephine (PS0FF) [359] They've done it!
[360] ... [...] . ... There's some connection.
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [361] And they're going to find out what it is that the doctor said. ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [362] Do you think they will?
Josephine (PS0FF) [363] [...] ... [...] .
[364] ... Er
Tina (PS0FG) [365] How will I get one next [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [366] To, get it then!
Tina (PS0FG) [367] But I can't afford to get it [...] at the same time anyway cos he ... he won't be down to
Josephine (PS0FF) [368] Go get it.
Tina (PS0FG) [369] But when I was [...] ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [370] But er ... How much did you pay for that black one?
Tina (PS0FG) [371] My black waistcoat?
Josephine (PS0FF) [372] Mm.
[373] ... How do you learn to make a waistcoat out of it? [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [374] [...] .
[375] ... Like heavy black [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [376] I like that coat, [...] .
[377] ... Cos I'm fed up of stuff going all bubbly!
Tina (PS0FG) [378] The stuff that the wai , keep a waistcoat ... for work.
[379] ... If anything, it's [...] ... [...] .
[380] ... Good God his trousers!
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [381] Mm?

6 (Tape 026805)

Tina (PS0FG) [382] He does know.
[383] ... I put
Josephine (PS0FF) [384] I know!
Tina (PS0FG) [385] put him there!
[386] ... He told me to put him there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [387] Mm?
Tina (PS0FG) [388] He signed the papers and all [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [389] Have you done the [...] painting you done?
[390] ... He relies on [...] .
[391] ... They can pay redundancy in the end, couldn't do that?
[392] ... Pay redundancy.
Tina (PS0FG) [393] [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [394] I'll try.
Tina (PS0FG) [395] Right.
[396] ... So when'll she be down now?
[397] ... Ha?
Josephine (PS0FF) [398] I don't know, cos she's going to a friend's for [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [399] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [400] [...] doing tomorrow.
[401] ... She wants a day in bed,she , breakfast in bed today.
Tina (PS0FG) [402] Why?
Josephine (PS0FF) [403] What?
Tina (PS0FG) [404] Why does she want a day in bed?
Josephine (PS0FF) [405] She just [...] wants to be in bed for a day.
Tina (PS0FG) [406] Lazy little bugger!
Josephine (PS0FF) [407] [...] ... Put that in jar!
Tina (PS0FG) [408] I will put it out of
Josephine (PS0FF) [409] God!
Tina (PS0FG) [410] sight!
[411] ... And then ... you can go to er ... your [...] ... [laugh] !
[412] ... Right.
[413] ... Right.
Josephine (PS0FF) [414] I think that's horrible!
Tina (PS0FG) [415] Right.
[416] ... Tara! [clock strikes]
Josephine (PS0FF) [417] [singing] Ha ha ha ha ... ha ha ha ha ha [] .
Tina (PS0FG) [418] Right, she's took the trousers.
Josephine (PS0FF) [419] Has she?
Tina (PS0FG) [420] So shall we go round [...] shopping?
Josephine (PS0FF) [421] Yes ... we'll go round to the [...] to get ... Don't know what's the matter [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [422] Oh, it's two more grains in it more than the other I expect! ... [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [423] Right?
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [424] No.
[425] ... Colder.
Josephine (PS0FF) [426] [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [427] Do you think that it's going to snow?
Josephine (PS0FF) [428] Mm?
Tina (PS0FG) [429] Do you think that it's
Josephine (PS0FF) [430] No!
Tina (PS0FG) [431] going to snow?
Josephine (PS0FF) [432] Not dow , not down here anyway.
Tina (PS0FG) [433] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [434] Says on the picture it will come to North Wales, but I doubt it.
[435] ... We shall be a bit cold for that reason ... no doubt.
Tina (PS0FG) [436] Mm.
[437] ... Clematis are going up the sticks now!
Josephine (PS0FF) [438] Are they?
Tina (PS0FG) [439] Mhm. ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [440] Except this.
[441] ... [...] it's going up
Josephine (PS0FF) [442] I see them seven pound!
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [443] [...] ?
Tina (PS0FG) [444] No.
[445] ... They were four, five pound there ... and they were only three pound and Wickland ... And they're beauties!
[446] Th , that's the big one there!
[447] ... These lovely [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [448] You get [...] for them.
Tina (PS0FG) [449] [...] .
[450] ... [whistling] ... That's
Josephine (PS0FF) [451] Oh, she's gone!
Tina (PS0FG) [452] One
Josephine (PS0FF) [453] Oh.
Tina (PS0FG) [454] there ... two there and ... a little bit there.
[455] ... Bit better.
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [456] Perhaps it'll dry out.
Josephine (PS0FF) [457] [singing] Mm mm [] . ... [whistling]
Tina (PS0FG) [458] Right, are you gonna get ready and go?
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]

7 (Tape 026806)

Josephine (PS0FF) [459] And they're all tearing round, look at this!
Tina (PS0FG) [460] I know!
Josephine (PS0FF) [461] Dustbin lorry had it!
[462] ... They'll be all these visitors campaigning for the election now!
Tina (PS0FG) [463] Oh God yes!
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [464] Chap your door every five minutes!
Josephine (PS0FF) [465] Be telling them then to grow up in er ... Westminster.
[466] ... Not act like a bunch of kids!
[467] ... They'll soon be potato picking.
Tina (PS0FG) [468] Yep.
[469] ... I see where those sheep have been and grazed those
Josephine (PS0FF) [470] Cabbages nearly gone.
Tina (PS0FG) [471] cabbages
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [472] all on.
[473] ... The grass is growing up through it!
Josephine (PS0FF) [474] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [475] And all.
Josephine (PS0FF) [476] Starting to be the growing.
[477] ... The grass is green [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [478] isn't it?
Tina (PS0FG) [479] It's a wet month.
Josephine (PS0FF) [480] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [481] That ... that causes ... everything to grow!
[482] ... You know, the growing season.
Josephine (PS0FF) [483] Mm.
[484] ... I wonder why ... Cockney won't let you pick
Tina (PS0FG) [485] Ooh because the
Josephine (PS0FF) [486] their own fruit?
Tina (PS0FG) [487] because people pinch you see.
[488] ... Pinch the ... pinch
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [489] yes.
Josephine (PS0FF) [490] Yes, but it's against the law isn't it?
Tina (PS0FG) [491] Well I don't know much
Josephine (PS0FF) [492] And you can report him for that!
Tina (PS0FG) [493] apparently he charges you see.
[494] ... I don't know, is there a controlled price on ... stuff like that?
[495] ... But it's er ... a London ca er ... is that an old boy's principle?
Josephine (PS0FF) [496] No.
Tina (PS0FG) [497] The way he was brought up I suppose, but ... it's a wonder it ... it's a wonder he's got any business at all!
Josephine (PS0FF) [498] Mm!
[499] ... Cos everybody's fruit must be in the same way.
Tina (PS0FG) [500] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [501] Those daffs have gone pale, haven't they?
Tina (PS0FG) [502] And I, I, [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [503] They're always dark brown!
Tina (PS0FG) [504] If I was you now ... I'd go to him and give it to him, I tell you!
[505] ... You want your money back!
[506] ... But he won't be there, quite likely!
Josephine (PS0FF) [507] No.
Tina (PS0FG) [508] And the girls won't give it back.
[509] ... But if he's there give it to him an ,an ... an ,an , tell him, you don't want that sort of thing!
[510] You've had too many of these sort of things and you don't want any more!
[511] ... And if he says no ... say thank you ... we'll see about it!
[512] ... Was it always a ... man?
[513] ... Who you go to?
Josephine (PS0FF) [514] Weights and Measures is it?
[515] ... Well, stand in a Fair Trading Officer!
Tina (PS0FG) [516] That's right ... Fair Trading Officer.
[517] ... You haven't had a fair deal ... so ... that's the man to go to!
[518] ... Well, [...] the Town Hall!
[519] ... Same place.
Josephine (PS0FF) [520] No.
[521] ... Is it?
[522] ... Different place altogether!
Tina (PS0FG) [523] For fair trading?
Josephine (PS0FF) [524] He's in Pembroke
Tina (PS0FG) [525] Well that's the Town Hall.
Josephine (PS0FF) [526] Not Millford not [...] .
[527] ... There's one for the area.
Tina (PS0FG) [528] No, well it's er ... the County Town Hall.
Josephine (PS0FF) [529] And the next time you go in he'll have bloody rubbish!
Tina (PS0FG) [530] Not [...] . [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [531] I'll bet you!
Tina (PS0FG) [532] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [533] He don't care!
[534] ... Cos it's a market!
Tina (PS0FG) [535] I know but you ... but you see ... if it came ... to be something big and serious and it went into the newspaper ... he would.
[536] ... It's bad for business!
Josephine (PS0FF) [537] That's [...] down there innit?
Tina (PS0FG) [538] I don't know.
Josephine (PS0FF) [539] The yellow thing, that's Steve's!
[540] ... I'm sure it was them.
Tina (PS0FG) [541] Ploughing up the road again!
Josephine (PS0FF) [542] Well I don't know what they're doing!
[543] It ... could be outside somebody's house.
[544] ... [yawning] Oh God [] market day today.
Tina (PS0FG) [545] It's open.
Josephine (PS0FF) [546] I aren't going to get down there!
[547] ... I don't think!
[548] ... About the nearest.
[549] ... Yep.
Tina (PS0FG) [550] [...] .
[551] ... I'm sick of seeing them all!
[552] ... They're all dressed in the same.
Josephine (PS0FF) [553] [laugh] ... Right, I shan't be long!
[554] ... Into battle!
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [555] I wouldn't give a damn!
[556] ... I already have [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [557] There's that [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [558] Oh my God , wait a minute!
Tina (PS0FG) [559] Looks as though he's [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [560] She got her silk coat done!
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [561] No, you're not going anyway!
[562] ... I shall let you know.

8 (Tape 026807)

Josephine (PS0FF) [563] Can I bring these back?
[564] ... I bought them yesterday!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [565] All three of them!
[566] ... They're all, urgh!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [567] Please.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [568] Alright love?
Josephine (PS0FF) [569] [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [570] Okay?
Josephine (PS0FF) [571] Yeah, thanks!
[572] ... Ta!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [573] Do you sell ham?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [574] Linda!
Josephine (PS0FF) [575] Sorry!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [576] Sorry!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [577] Yeah!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [578] Okay!
Josephine (PS0FF) [579] [singing] Mm mm mm mm [] .

9 (Tape 026808)

Josephine (PS0FF) [580] Sorry about that love!
Tina (PS0FG) [581] I didn't give you one on the end but I bought
Josephine (PS0FF) [582] I said the thing is ... that I pay sixty pence ... for ... five ... well I said it costs me another sixty pence to come and change them!
[583] ... And er ... he said well ... they are going off he said, but then
Tina (PS0FG) [584] No, they've gone off!
Josephine (PS0FF) [585] the girls haven't the time to go through them!
Tina (PS0FG) [586] Oh, indeed!
[587] ... They'll blame somebody but, it weren't his problem!
[588] ... Did you tell we wouldn't want any more?
[589] ... Well these are certainly grapes! ... [laugh] ... [...] of course it's a ... it's ... it's a ... but the orange season is getting over.
Josephine (PS0FF) [590] Yeah.
[591] ... Anywhere else down here you'd like to go?
Tina (PS0FG) [592] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [593] I went and fetched them off the sheet counter.
[594] ... [laugh] ... I've come to change them!
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [595] There was three girls with the sheets!
[596] ... I said I'd like to change these please.
[597] ... I said I bought them yesterday ... and
Tina (PS0FG) [598] Ooh
Josephine (PS0FF) [599] they've gone off!
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [600] Well
Tina (PS0FG) [601] Why was this all so ... tightly packed?
Josephine (PS0FF) [602] Cos that's the bag o , that's rotting isn't it?
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [603] [laughing] They don't open them [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [604] Oh it's alright, yeah.
[605] ... Doesn't look the same breed as these though.
Josephine (PS0FF) [606] Anything down here?
Tina (PS0FG) [607] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [608] And call in anywhere?
Tina (PS0FG) [609] Nope.
Josephine (PS0FF) [610] Have a mooch?
Tina (PS0FG) [611] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [612] Got no money for mooching, no!
Josephine (PS0FF) [613] [laugh] ... Good God!
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [614] Looking for a silk
Tina (PS0FG) [615] Ooh I say, there's a nice lot of flowers in that shop!
Josephine (PS0FF) [616] sa , silk.
Tina (PS0FG) [617] Ooh!
[618] ... I don't know what they were.
Josephine (PS0FF) [619] Mm.
[620] ... Nothing down here?
[621] ... Books.
Tina (PS0FG) [622] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [623] Go home.
[624] ... I don't know where else you can go and look for nice fresh fruit.
Tina (PS0FG) [625] Er well I
Josephine (PS0FF) [626] There is no fresh fruit about!
Tina (PS0FG) [627] The er ... the only place here in Millford that I would suggest is er ... Fine Fare!
[628] ... No, well people go and do their shopping in
Josephine (PS0FF) [629] Yeah, but a lot of that's packed!
Tina (PS0FG) [630] Oh I don't know!
Josephine (PS0FF) [631] Mm.
[632] ... Cor little-un sitting up, sleeping like that!
[633] ... [singing] Ha ha ha mm mm mm mm ... mm mm mm mm mm mm mm ... mm mm mm mm mm [] .
Tina (PS0FG) [634] Oh, got a [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [635] Mm.
[636] ... Woogh ... Everybody looks cold don't they?
Tina (PS0FG) [637] Yeah, they do, yes.
[638] ... Makes you shiver to think of them!
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [639] You remember that man that used to keep that ... furniture shop ... by Cockney [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [640] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [641] Where does he live now?
Josephine (PS0FF) [642] By the Post Office.
Tina (PS0FG) [643] Oh! ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [644] Well he still lives in Eaking but it ... he's got a shop up by the Post Office.
Tina (PS0FG) [645] Oh yes.
[646] ... Yes, now I remember.
Josephine (PS0FF) [647] Got a lot of stuff in there!
Tina (PS0FG) [648] When I want a new chair I'll go and have a look at what he's got.
Josephine (PS0FF) [649] Nothing!
Tina (PS0FG) [650] Hasn't he?
Josephine (PS0FF) [651] I don't think he does too much in the furniture!
[652] ... Unless she's got an upstairs.
[653] Maybe I haven't noticed the stairs there.
Tina (PS0FG) [654] Well when ... when we were there before he'd got a lot there!
[655] ... There are two little rooms with things in, you know?
Josephine (PS0FF) [656] We never went upstairs.
Tina (PS0FG) [657] No, I'm sure ... that they'd got two little rooms on the ground floor and they were choc-a-block you could hardly get in!
Josephine (PS0FF) [658] One room.
Tina (PS0FG) [659] Well, it seemed two ... two to me!
[660] ... You know, one opening into the other like a ... you couldn't er ... you couldn't move!
Josephine (PS0FF) [661] No, because that was by the Electric Board!
Tina (PS0FG) [662] Oh!
[663] ... I see the Gas Board ... no.
[664] ... Which is the one nearest Cockney's?
Josephine (PS0FF) [665] Electric.
Tina (PS0FG) [666] Electric.
[667] ... Well the people going in and out there as well.
Josephine (PS0FF) [668] They're paying their bills, they're ... but there's nothing in there!
[669] ... It's one
Tina (PS0FG) [670] Oh!
Josephine (PS0FF) [671] great big room ... empty!
Tina (PS0FG) [672] What is that, somebody [...] ? ... [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [673] I don't know!
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [674] Didn't look!
[675] ... Jehovah's!
[676] ... Ha, ha, ha, now look at this woman!
[677] ... Never looked my way!
[678] ... And if you run her down, it's your bloody fault!
[679] ... Here's another one look!
[680] Look!
[681] ... Never looks your way!
[682] ... No place to park!
[683] ... Here.
Tina (PS0FG) [684] My ... my [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [685] He's in there!
Tina (PS0FG) [686] Oh, Christ! [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [687] But I don't think he's got an upstairs!
Tina (PS0FG) [688] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [689] I dunno.
[690] ... And that's all.
[691] ... Dental surgeon there now!
[692] It used to be a bloody do-it-yourself shop!
Tina (PS0FG) [693] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [694] [laughing] Oh [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [695] That's it, by the [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [696] All sorts of many stuff in there!
[697] Lovely shop in there!
[698] ... Oh oh!
[699] ... This is one.
Tina (PS0FG) [700] He's in that car too!
Josephine (PS0FF) [701] They're a bloody pest these kids!
[702] ... Bikes are dangerous things aren't they?
Tina (PS0FG) [703] Mm.
[704] ... But no, nothing wrong with a bike.
[705] ... It's the one that is riding it's a ... the danger is!
Josephine (PS0FF) [706] Yeah, well that's it!
[707] They whip
Tina (PS0FG) [708] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [709] in and out and in and out, till
Tina (PS0FG) [710] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [711] you don't know where they are!
Tina (PS0FG) [712] In, In Holland ... when we were there ... motor cars were not allowed on the roads!
[713] ... It was all push bikes!
Josephine (PS0FF) [714] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [715] The main street, you know?
[716] ... Course, there was a ... at the far end of the street, a a red ... long, long street it was!
[717] Very long!
[718] ... There was factories on it ... and of course the workers keep coming in and out.
Josephine (PS0FF) [719] Look at the potatoes over there!
Tina (PS0FG) [720] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [721] Under plastic.
[722] ... Look at these!
Tina (PS0FG) [723] Countryside what?
Josephine (PS0FF) [724] Cheatering putting a new label up!
Tina (PS0FG) [725] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [726] [sighing] Ahh Oh God, there's scaffolding all around here now!
Tina (PS0FG) [727] Mm.
[728] ... They've put the glass in that.
Josephine (PS0FF) [729] I wonder, perhaps it will be a little glass house?
[730] ... I'd say the band [...] , but there isn't room in it!
[731] ... For the band to sit is there?
Tina (PS0FG) [732] Not really.
Josephine (PS0FF) [733] Hello David!
Tina (PS0FG) [734] Hello!
[735] ... No, it's just somewhere to sit in and look out at the ... en , er the ships and boats going by.
Josephine (PS0FF) [736] It's like a shelter.
Tina (PS0FG) [737] Unless they mean to have a marina here are they?
Josephine (PS0FF) [738] There's a marina down in the docks!
Tina (PS0FG) [739] Oh, I see.
[740] ... Well perhaps they're going to have races or something if the
Josephine (PS0FF) [741] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [742] the ... [...] ... Couldn't be wider [...] .
[743] ... The
Josephine (PS0FF) [744] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [745] water wouldn't be wide enough.
Josephine (PS0FF) [746] Mm.
[747] ... Very strange!
Tina (PS0FG) [748] What shops are they?
Josephine (PS0FF) [749] Aha.
[750] ... Well ... this blue van is Parry and Blockwell the garage!
[751] ... This digging was here.
Tina (PS0FG) [752] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [753] Weren't it?
[754] ... Well I'd have thought ... I dunno!
Tina (PS0FG) [755] By the church.
Josephine (PS0FF) [756] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [757] Mm.
[758] ... Yes it was, wasn't it?
[759] Go down the bottom of the street.
Josephine (PS0FF) [760] Yeah.
[761] ... Hoh ell!
[762] ... Let's go home!
[763] ... Is there Internationals on today?
Tina (PS0FG) [764] No idea!
Josephine (PS0FF) [765] Football?
Tina (PS0FG) [766] No idea!
[767] It's Friday today.
Josephine (PS0FF) [768] I know.
Tina (PS0FG) [769] It's football, as a rule, on a Friday innit?
Josephine (PS0FF) [770] Oh it's Friday!
[771] I keep thinking it's Saturday!
[772] ... No, there's [...] is there?
Tina (PS0FG) [773] [laughing] She's [...] umbrella [] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [774] Trying to hold it [laughing] together [] !
[775] ... [yawning] Oh [] !
[776] A lot of houses for sale! ... [...] isn't there?
Tina (PS0FG) [777] Yes I've er ... that's what makes me wonder and they're ... they talk about building more!
[778] ... The chances are we won't be going!
Josephine (PS0FF) [779] They're building more for council houses.
[780] ... Council tenants.
[781] ... Homeless ... families.
Tina (PS0FG) [782] Well they could buy some of these and turn these into council ... houses or flats or ... something like that.
Josephine (PS0FF) [783] Well they could, but they won't!
[784] ... Cos the people want too much for them!
[785] ... Anything going on up here?
Tina (PS0FG) [786] No, I don't think
Josephine (PS0FF) [787] Yep ... all looks quiet.
[788] ... Bet that's getting damp!
[789] ... And it seems to be in a hole don't it?
[790] It's down ... it's below the road as
Tina (PS0FG) [791] Yes.
Josephine (PS0FF) [792] well!
Tina (PS0FG) [793] Yeah.
[794] ... I bet he's sorry he [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [795] I bet he's sorry he started them!
Tina (PS0FG) [796] [...] then he got his money in the bank, he was getting interest on it!
Josephine (PS0FF) [797] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [798] And now deteriorating!
Josephine (PS0FF) [799] That's right.
[800] ... Be nice when you'll be able to go and pick your own strawberries again!
Tina (PS0FG) [801] Ah?
Josephine (PS0FF) [802] Be nice when you can go and pick your own strawberries again!
[803] ... These daffs ave come out.
Tina (PS0FG) [804] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [805] Mm ahhh
Tina (PS0FG) [806] I think it's going to be a wet afternoon.
Josephine (PS0FF) [807] It's sleety ooking ... on the window look!
Tina (PS0FG) [808] So I [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [809] You watch the rain hitting the windows, it's like sleet!
Tina (PS0FG) [810] Yeah , I think they said that er ... you know ... be [...] today.
Josephine (PS0FF) [811] Yeah!
Tina (PS0FG) [812] Is that snow on the mountains?
Josephine (PS0FF) [813] Didn't see it.
Tina (PS0FG) [814] Looked a bit white, it might be polythene.
Josephine (PS0FF) [815] No.
[816] ... Can't see a mountain from here, we're on the top!
[817] ... [sighing] Oh [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [818] Oh I see!
Josephine (PS0FF) [819] We ought to have bought some knitting wool.
Tina (PS0FG) [820] Ay
Josephine (PS0FF) [821] We ought to have bought some knitting wool.
[822] ... And done something.
[823] ... Well never mind, you got trousers to shorten.
Tina (PS0FG) [824] And that ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [825] Well you might as well do it and press the two together.
Tina (PS0FG) [826] Two together.
Josephine (PS0FF) [827] Ey ou got two to shorten now!
[828] ... Oh God!
[829] ... Sally says that ... cardigan that I knit , that black one, she said tha i , it's lovely to wear she said!
[830] It's heavy!
[831] ... And it doesn't stretch and it ... er er er ... it looks, it feels good she says!
[832] ... Aha!
Tina (PS0FG) [833] What's that one?
Josephine (PS0FF) [834] You know that black one?
[835] ... She wore it
Tina (PS0FG) [836] Oh yes.
Josephine (PS0FF) [837] with those black trousers?
Tina (PS0FG) [838] Oh that cottony thing?
Josephine (PS0FF) [839] The cotton.
Tina (PS0FG) [840] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [841] It's lovely stuff to wear!
[842] I said how much is it?
[843] One eighty a ball she said!
Tina (PS0FG) [844] Oh!
Josephine (PS0FF) [845] I said I was thinking of making a waistcoat or something out of one.
[846] ... And she said it doesn't go bubbly.
[847] The only, if anything ... it might shrink a little.
Tina (PS0FG) [848] Oh!
Josephine (PS0FF) [849] Not much.
Tina (PS0FG) [850] But you'd have to hand wash it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [851] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [852] Does she [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [853] She boils hers and all!
[854] ... All the white one.
Tina (PS0FG) [855] Oh!
[856] ... Yeah ... but er
Josephine (PS0FF) [857] Bleaches them and all!
Tina (PS0FG) [858] Does she hand wash her woollies?
Josephine (PS0FF) [859] Yeah.
[860] ... So I might make a waistcoat.
[861] ... A white one.
Tina (PS0FG) [862] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [863] For the summer.
Tina (PS0FG) [864] Does it go very far?
[865] ... No, it doesn't.
Josephine (PS0FF) [866] Not too far, but it's not bad!
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [867] Mm.
[868] ... Look at him strutting along!
[869] Is the wind blowing in do you think?
Tina (PS0FG) [870] Blowing him along maybe!
Josephine (PS0FF) [871] [laugh] ... Look at these houses!
Tina (PS0FG) [872] Oh!
[873] ... They've let that [...] .
[874] ... That's nice that one.
Josephine (PS0FF) [875] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [876] Nice and plain.
[877] ... They're nice lit , little plain one like that ... gives you plenty of scope ... for a ... creeper up the wall don't they?
Josephine (PS0FF) [878] I can't stand creepers on the walls!
[879] I'm afraid it brings the caterpillars in!
Tina (PS0FG) [880] Oh no they don't!
Josephine (PS0FF) [881] I dunno.
[882] ... That's why I can't do it.
Tina (PS0FG) [883] But some do.
[884] ... It all depends on the variety and the
Josephine (PS0FF) [885] There's house, we've just passed it now on the [...] and it's er ... a Montana Clematis.
Tina (PS0FG) [886] Oh ey
Josephine (PS0FF) [887] Well it's at , it's all in the bloody attic!
[888] It's everywhere!
[889] ... Oh God, I couldn't have it!
[890] ... Gives me the creeps!
[891] ... That's what I'd be scared of ... otherwise I'd put one.
[892] ... That's it!
Tina (PS0FG) [893] Do you want it or not?
Josephine (PS0FF) [894] Mhm.
[895] ... [singing] Mm mm mm mm [] .
[896] ... [singing] Mm mm mm mm mm mm mm [] .
[897] ... Ooh!
[898] ... Now it's starting.
[899] ... Come in the ... afternoon.
[900] ... Oh oh!
[901] ... And they'll be looking for ... not for me
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [902] I don't expect!
[903] ... Ooh that's better!
[904] Get [laughing] in the corner [] !
[905] ... Watch your wires!
[906] ... Go on!
[907] ... Come on!
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [908] Right.

10 (Tape 026809)

Josephine (PS0FF) [909] That's it!
Danny (PS0FH) [910] The er ... [...] here.
Josephine (PS0FF) [911] Do you think we're gonna have snow?
[912] ... I hope not!
Danny (PS0FH) [913] I'll tell you.
Josephine (PS0FF) [914] Not, then yeah. ... [laugh] .
Danny (PS0FH) [915] I told you [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [916] [...] .
[917] Oh I don't know!
[918] I don't know!
[919] ... How much?
Danny (PS0FH) [920] Twenty.
Josephine (PS0FF) [921] You've had the two.
[922] ... I think, yep.
Danny (PS0FH) [923] Lovely!
[924] Ta
Josephine (PS0FF) [925] So what they gonna build behind you, another garage?
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [926] Is it?
Danny (PS0FH) [927] Mhm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [928] Be alright [...] won't it?
Danny (PS0FH) [929] Oh yeah, it's a big [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [930] Could be you extending? ... [...] other shop do you think?
Danny (PS0FH) [931] It's all we know.
Josephine (PS0FF) [932] What shop's down there?
Danny (PS0FH) [933] It's all the same one at the back.
Josephine (PS0FF) [934] Yeah but how many, how many times has it been a shop?
[935] ... You don't seem to ge , er [...] often does it?
Danny (PS0FH) [936] No ... [...] ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [937] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [938] Tell you what'll end up there ... [...] [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [939] So you wanna extend this back, this is in the right place this!
Danny (PS0FH) [940] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [941] Cos it ... people come off the sites ... or go to the corner shop, don't cross the road.
Danny (PS0FH) [942] Yeah, if that was ... where that garage is and all of this was clear it'd be great wouldn't it! [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [943] Yeah, you'd have your pull in as well!
Danny (PS0FH) [944] [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [945] Go on ... think about it!
Danny (PS0FH) [946] Ooh, you never give up [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [947] [laugh] ... Well this is it?
Danny (PS0FH) [948] [...] ... [...] of the ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [949] Oh the ... the car people, it used to be!
Danny (PS0FH) [950] We've already got
Josephine (PS0FF) [951] Oh!
Danny (PS0FH) [952] a garage ... down the end there. ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [953] If it was you see, they'd be quick enough coming to tell you!
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [954] Ey ... Right ... tara ... Thanks!

11 (Tape 026901)

Susan (PS0FJ) [955] Snotty, drizzly, runny noses!
Josephine (PS0FF) [956] [...] the parents' fault!
Susan (PS0FJ) [957] [...] everything he asked me to.
Josephine (PS0FF) [958] He'll always, always, always do that!
Susan (PS0FJ) [959] Where does he get it from?
Josephine (PS0FF) [960] You!
Susan (PS0FJ) [961] [laughing] No [] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [962] Always!
Susan (PS0FJ) [963] It's because you said to me!
Josephine (PS0FF) [964] Well I'll [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [965] Cos I says, when they do, you better have all the bloody jokes about that!
Josephine (PS0FF) [966] No!
Ricky (PS0FM) [967] There's big guys
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [968] in rugby.
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [969] It's there when I put
Steve (PS0FK) [970] Put some [...] and some fingers
Susan (PS0FJ) [971] Mm?
Steve (PS0FK) [972] I just wish you hadn't got the glasses [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [973] It's for people
Steve (PS0FK) [974] Is it to eat
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [975] as well.
Susan (PS0FJ) [976] Yeah, I'm gonna, I'm gonna be [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [977] Well you won't have bloody [...] !
Susan (PS0FJ) [978] No!
[979] ... But I don't go round [...] do I?
[980] ... Running round, bumming round [...] .
[981] ... Ah? ... [...] . ... [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [982] Who me?
Susan (PS0FJ) [983] Mm.
[984] ... I can't really sit them together, they're not relations!
Ricky (PS0FM) [985] I've got fishing tomorrow.
Steve (PS0FK) [986] I reckon it's not worth worrying about!
[987] Let's just leave that for now!
Susan (PS0FJ) [988] You're right!
Steve (PS0FK) [989] I know.
[990] ... Change it round then she won't come next time!
[991] ... That's right.
[992] ... [...] gonna like it!
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [993] You look more natural.
Susan (PS0FJ) [994] [...] , cos we thought about getting a ... [...] .
[995] ... [...] ... [...] . ... We'll just be [...] , be about open.
Steve (PS0FK) [996] [whistling] ... Well, didn't you ... tell them we're going out tonight separately ... and then there's the ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [997] [...] ... well the thing is
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [998] whatever they do to it now it's going to last for ...
Susan (PS0FJ) [999] Two years.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1000] two years innit?
Steve (PS0FK) [1001] I dunno cos it's had a new exhaust on it.
[1002] ... And a new battery!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1003] God bless.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1004] Who has?
Susan (PS0FJ) [1005] I think
Steve (PS0FK) [1006] New brakes!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1007] she's tired!
Steve (PS0FK) [1008] Two, three new tyres on.
[1009] ... Two new cy , cylinder!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1010] You can look after it now!
Steve (PS0FK) [1011] [...] ... [...] I wa , I'm gonna pick him up!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1012] And not, come here!
Steve (PS0FK) [1013] If I get it through
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1014] the M O T next February ... [...] .
[1015] ... Here!
[1016] Take that [...] .
[1017] ... So that's just something [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1018] You've had your money's worth out of the new stuff
Steve (PS0FK) [1019] Well that's right!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1020] then!
Steve (PS0FK) [1021] Yeah. [clock strikes]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1022] Grandfather clock.
[1023] ... More colder [...] is it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1024] That one.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1025] That one?
[1026] ... Ding ... That'd get on
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1027] my nerves every day!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1028] How many is it?
Ricky (PS0FM) [1029] Knives and forks.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1030] It's not long enough!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1031] Out here, in a minute.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1032] Give them to me! ... [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1033] Yeah well [...] only talk about fishing, you see?
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1034] I'm gonna be fishing all around the boat!
Steve (PS0FK) [1035] No, not for long.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1036] But I got a good one!
[1037] ... I've been getting getting out fish.
Steve (PS0FK) [1038] Don't [...] ... you can catch fish [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1039] Well ... [...] I'm gonna wait for while!
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1040] I'm afraid I'm gonna wait until it [...] , cos you gotta wait for all of the salmon to come ... up river.
Steve (PS0FK) [1041] Rubbish!
[1042] ... Rubbish!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1043] Because
Steve (PS0FK) [1044] If you catch a trout [...] ... you should catch it before
Susan (PS0FJ) [1045] Not with flies!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1046] He's catching trout and he's
Ricky (PS0FM) [1047] No, I'm fly fishing!
Steve (PS0FK) [1048] catching salmon now!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1049] No way [...] !
Steve (PS0FK) [1050] No!
[1051] ... There's a [...] ... there's all that fish ... [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1052] So you like fishing?
Steve (PS0FK) [1053] Especially fresh water.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1054] Yeah!
[1055] ... Gotta go up the river as well!
Steve (PS0FK) [1056] Well where did he caught the fish?
Ricky (PS0FM) [1057] Down the bottom by Liam's, that's where he caught them!
Steve (PS0FK) [1058] Down river, or was it up the river?
Ricky (PS0FM) [1059] It's a river!
[1060] You can't fly fish here!
[1061] ... Yes
Steve (PS0FK) [1062] I
Ricky (PS0FM) [1063] you can!
[1064] ... There's the bridges!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1065] I said, well he said, it's two bridges.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1066] Two bridges.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1067] There's a road, you can't ... cross them!
[1068] ... The bridge here with another [...] on?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1069] How long is it [...] ?
Steve (PS0FK) [1070] Where he goes fishing, it's, the bridge is up [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1071] Not me!
[1072] ... No
Steve (PS0FK) [1073] She was that [...] !
Danny (PS0FH) [1074] I only do fly fishing!
[1075] ... As a rule.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1076] Ah Jack does!
Danny (PS0FH) [1077] You ought to see it!
[1078] ... See the fish
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [1079] that we catch!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1080] Carp for cooking.
Steve (PS0FK) [1081] Aspic's [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1082] I don't [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1083] [...] going down the right? ... [...] , five years old ... down the river was the first time ever but just have to wait for him!
Steve (PS0FK) [1084] Oh!
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1085] Two [...] ... two traps ... [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1086] Get your hands off it!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1087] No!
Steve (PS0FK) [1088] Ricky!
[1089] ... Come on!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1090] Granddad's ... [...] , are you gonna eat it?
Steve (PS0FK) [1091] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [1092] Yeah.
[1093] ... Yes indeed!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1094] Do you want me to fetch those [...] ?
Steve (PS0FK) [1095] [...] ... I go fly fishing.
[1096] ... You'll love fly fishing!
[1097] ... [...] ... You wanna see it!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1098] When you gonna take me then?
Steve (PS0FK) [1099] You cast out ... you see them ... you see that fish!
[1100] ... And your lines [...] ... [...] ... and then you tease it! ... [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1101] [...] teasing it?
[1102] ... I'll do it twice, and then tease it!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1103] Same to you! ... [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1104] I was talking about the club and ... and that [...] ... she was there!
[1105] ... Then fishing [...] ... you know, [...] . ... [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1106] [...] ?
Steve (PS0FK) [1107] I don't know what it was?
[1108] ... This is Bermondsey
Josephine (PS0FF) [1109] No.
Steve (PS0FK) [1110] [...] just take the cover.
[1111] ... One of the lads had ... nicked it ... started cooking it!
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1112] So Scott [...] !
Steve (PS0FK) [1113] [...] [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [1114] Dad!
[1115] ... Scott and
Steve (PS0FK) [1116] [...] end up with bait!
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Steve (PS0FK) [1117] [...] ... bloody eating it!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1118] Scott and [...] , they caught a squid in Scotland [...] ... for bait now!
Steve (PS0FK) [1119] That's [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1120] Yeah.
[1121] ... And then his mum goes, what's that in the fridge?
[1122] I said squid.
[1123] Get it out of here! ... [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1124] Oh ... is it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1125] I've tried ... brains.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1126] Oh, [...] ... my dad
Steve (PS0FK) [1127] Yeah we heard that other [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [1128] I got more chance of catching a fish now cos we're going Saturday and Sunday!
Steve (PS0FK) [1129] That's good and it's a ... what was this [...] name? ... [...] ... [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1130] She were [...] you know, shaped in rings!
[1131] ... And she eat ... she eat it!
Steve (PS0FK) [laugh]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1132] That's [...] !
Steve (PS0FK) [1133] [laughing] [...] [] !
Susan (PS0FJ) [1134] Well it is only [...] ... I've eat it!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1135] Oh!
[1136] ... No!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1137] They weren't big enough.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1138] [...] dad, did you get that T V from Comet?
[1139] ... The town Comet?
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1140] Shall we [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1141] You want all yo , all your stuff from Ben in the
Steve (PS0FK) [1142] Bag.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1143] I put all [...] .
Steve (PS0FK) [1144] [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1145] Oh!
[1146] ... Excuse me, don't say no!
[1147] It's like being in Switzerland, you pay your brother's [...] !
[1148] ... You've had warm weather out here.
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1149] It needs to come down here.
Steve (PS0FK) [1150] [...] ... I'll drop it down
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1151] a peg.
[1152] ... On one television ... [...] ... so they're forty eight years old ... and they've never been [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [1153] I would want to save one now.
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1154] I like it.
Steve (PS0FK) [1155] It's definitely ... don't [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1156] Did Ricky do this?
Steve (PS0FK) [1157] it's just that ... er
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [1158] she's been in [...] .
[1159] ... Special offer ... on Sunday.
[1160] ... Is a ... [...] ... three or four
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [1161] each ... [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1162] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [1163] Yeah.
[1164] ... And a hundred and fifty to cost [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1165] Even after he comes in.
Steve (PS0FK) [1166] Come in!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1167] Fourteen ... forty [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1168] No!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1169] No!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1170] Fourteen inch television, one in each room!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1171] Excuse me!
[1172] ... They won't [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [1173] That's ... slightly [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1174] One hundred and eighty five?
Danny (PS0FH) [1175] Yeah ... one eighty five [...] ... I paid seven hundred and twenty five pound! ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1176] Is that [...] ?
Danny (PS0FH) [1177] Seven hundred and twenty five
Susan (PS0FJ) [1178] It was my plan to get one though.
Danny (PS0FH) [1179] But, it's er ... it's [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1180] It's a marvellous thing!
Steve (PS0FK) [1181] They are [...] !
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1182] Yeah, but that's [...] , mine had some
Josephine (PS0FF) [1183] And now they're telling you, you got the video [...] aren't they?
Steve (PS0FK) [1184] And they'll give you ... a one year ... warrantee ... [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [1185] And then granddad's got any videos, [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1186] [...] ... [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [1187] [...] ... [...] ... it's ... to buy that picture ... a thou ... a thousand pounds!
[1188] ... That's what
Susan (PS0FJ) [1189] Rude, innit?
Steve (PS0FK) [1190] [...] . ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1191] If you got [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [1192] And [...] !
Susan (PS0FJ) [1193] What?
Ricky (PS0FM) [1194] Erm, Derek said [...] , and Derek said that erm ... that he now hoping you'd go down and stay when they get naughty pictures!
Steve (PS0FK) [1195] Yeah, [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [1196] [...] !
[1197] But the thing is, if you fall out of bed you ain't gonna sleep!
Steve (PS0FK) [1198] Cos they ... their trouble that I ... I [...] ... and [...] away!
[1199] ... They says, well I ... [...] ... here we go, on the chair ... count to ten!
[1200] ... Divide by ... the number of [...] ... that's not [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [1201] That could be [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1202] It's very full now! ... [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [1203] You count that.
Steve (PS0FK) [1204] It's still going.
Danny (PS0FH) [1205] Just don't change it [...] ! ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1206] [...] don't say nothing about it!
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1207] Yes.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1208] All your deck chairs. ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1209] [...] .
[1210] ... For running people's [...] ?
Susan (PS0FJ) [1211] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1212] Yeah!
Steve (PS0FK) [1213] Oh yeah!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1214] Well ... [...] but I don't see why!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1215] Just cos [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1216] Well Hayden says to me, if you go [...] either give me a ring, he said, and I [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [1217] Yeah, we'll have to do some work
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [1218] out [...] .
[1219] ... [...] ... Which is the [...] or the ... fourteen inch television ... colour telly ... I know ... because, the blokes let us down!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1220] No, Hayden says if we go to Comet ... cos he said, cos I said I bought my video at Comet and they were offering ... twenty five per cent off ... [...] , twenty five per cent off ... off the [...] at Comet ... so that's about the third of the place [...] .
Steve (PS0FK) [1221] Oh!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1222] So he didn't [...] ,
Josephine (PS0FF) [1223] You get twenty five percent off.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1224] We had fifty percent off the price you see! ... [...] total.
Danny (PS0FH) [1225] Yeah.
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1226] What about after sales service?
Susan (PS0FJ) [1227] Who Comet?
[1228] ... Well I asked Comet [...] fridge!
Danny (PS0FH) [1229] [...] , that's what she means!
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1230] [...] Comet do it.
Steve (PS0FK) [1231] Well ... they're [...] .
[1232] ... I mean ... when I had ... we got C D serviced.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1233] [...] ... And Don
Josephine (PS0FF) [1234] And I
Susan (PS0FJ) [1235] come and said sixty pound!
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1236] No, but it be beneficial ... if it's Comet ... and the receipt came back for our insurance from Comet ... erm [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1237] Dixons!
Danny (PS0FH) [1238] They're all, they're all same, [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1239] They're all the same.
Danny (PS0FH) [1240] Comet and [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1241] Yes.
Danny (PS0FH) [1242] it's all owned by Kingfisher.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1243] Kingfisher.
[1244] ... Because if we bought the fridge and the [...] at Comet ... and collected the receipts back on the insurance [...] .
[1245] ... He said they're all the same.
[1246] ... They're owned by Kingfisher [...] , [...] .
[1247] ... We ... we bought this fridge ... from Comet ... to keep the insurance [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [1248] I was [...] ... [...] ... Oh it's still working, yes. [clock strikes]
Steve (PS0FK) [1249] [...] ... [...] ... and he says that ... [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1250] Well at least it's [...] pounds off [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1251] Yeah, well mum's telly eleven [...] .
[1252] ... And they said to her now, not to insure it [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1253] When it's gone, it's now [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1254] [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [1255] [...] ... I tell you what you [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [1256] It's something like a [...] ... [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1257] How much did it cost last time?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1258] I'm [...] them over.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1259] Paul's mother's flipping well angry!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1260] Last time he [...] ... that's my [...] ... [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1261] Why does [...] ?
[1262] ... He, he might say to me you can't use [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [1263] That's a load of nonsense!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1264] But I said to them, [...] take that cheque [...] .
Steve (PS0FK) [1265] Oh ... fucking hell [...] !
[1266] ... [...] ... [...] ... [...] . ... Because ... mum's territory is there ... you got a few people complained!
[1267] ... And it's [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1268] And sure it was [...] .
[1269] ... It's like I've got nothing to do!
[1270] ... The ... [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1271] It's all downstairs.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1272] We've asked them to try.
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1273] They're here to celebrate the [...] .
Susan (PS0FJ) [1274] How long till you're back in your [...] now then mum?
Steve (PS0FK) [1275] You want to be sure of
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1276] Comet.
[1277] ... Ask ... where's my dealer?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1278] Where's the
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1279] after sales service come from?
Steve (PS0FK) [1280] Oh, especially with a [...] ... [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [1281] Mm.
[1282] ... Why didn't he give you some Hotpoints?
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1283] [...] ... But who'd buy it then?
Steve (PS0FK) [...] ... [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [1284] That's where I've gotta go, yeah.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1285] No you, you go down [...] , off [...] ... and she said you can full holidays arranged daily, and we came ... that was on the Tuesday, the Wednesday I had to phone them, done on Friday!
[1286] ... And they'll [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1287] [...] [...] .
Steve (PS0FK) [1288] That erm
Josephine (PS0FF) [1289] I'll never know!
Steve (PS0FK) [1290] [...] ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1291] I don't want that!
Steve (PS0FK) [...] ... [...]
Susan (PS0FJ) [1292] Oh yeah!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1293] That's [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1294] Yeah, and that's nice!
Steve (PS0FK) [1295] Claimed about ... half of it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1296] Never heard of it!
Susan (PS0FJ) [1297] Oh I know [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1298] anytime ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1299] She might have been [...] ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1300] Or round?
Steve (PS0FK) [1301] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1302] [...] on the Monday.
Steve (PS0FK) [1303] It takes four
Ricky (PS0FM) [1304] Ah?
Steve (PS0FK) [1305] or five [...] ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1306] You can look!
Danny (PS0FH) [1307] Mm. ... [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1308] Hard cash! ... [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1309] That one's a daisy!
[1310] ... Innit beautiful!
Steve (PS0FK) [1311] [...] [...] ... if you've got a T V ... [...] ... remote control things ... [...] ... [...] ... Once he'd said that he'd [...] .
[1312] ... So you're lucky! ... [...] , at least you know.
[1313] ... Cos there's one problem that ... if you tape a programme ... [...] ... [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [1314] Mm.
Steve (PS0FK) [1315] And all I remember is the [...] ... then afterward ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1316] Well that's
Ricky (PS0FM) [1317] You can't ask [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1318] I suppose?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1319] Yeah.
Steve (PS0FK) [1320] Yeah.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1321] And it's three
Danny (PS0FH) [1322] And they want
Ricky (PS0FM) [1323] forty the video innit?
[1324] ... We could've had a ... two forty video tape, it said, two forty on it ... and when we put it in weren't it? ... [...] .
Steve (PS0FK) [...] ... [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1325] Said two forty on it, didn't it?
Steve (PS0FK) [1326] Two forty box!
[1327] ... Oh I shall [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1328] You can buy one video from here.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1329] Oh well [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1330] How much does that cost?
Danny (PS0FH) [1331] Only one eighty.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1332] How much did that cost [...] ? ... [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1333] He just, he just
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1334] I do , you put it in the big shop didn't you?
Ricky (PS0FM) [1335] I put it in, okay
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1336] [...] , over er ... the pub at the end.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1337] You put it in, you don't go onto, you don't pay [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [1338] Well we got so ... Phillips on the, on the sheet ... and er ... they're all ... [...] ... [...] .
[1339] ... They're [...] ... he got all the videos from the States, [...] in the States.
[1340] ... Sent over all these blooming ... instructions for the video was all I needed!
[1341] ... And the American system
Steve (PS0FK) [1342] [...] ... [...] ... from Argentina
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1343] and er ... [...] ... just ... you got the switch?
Danny (PS0FH) [1344] Yeah, you got the
Ricky (PS0FM) [1345] No.
Danny (PS0FH) [1346] switch here.
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [1347] But his accommodation over there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1348] Unless you [...] ... [...] ... [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [1349] Is that out there?
Ricky (PS0FM) [1350] She's coming back in the [...] .
[1351] ... [...] cos she just took them off and then ... and now ... now she owes me something posh.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1352] [laugh] ... And now [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1353] So where do you get your television teletext then?
Ricky (PS0FM) [1354] [...] all in the remote control [...] for the lot! ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1355] We were looking at the [...] and not teletext.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1356] Which is the smaller [...] any more.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1357] No!
[1358] ... Not the one we looked at [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1359] Well mine and nana's isn't teletext.
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1360] They're not all teletext?
Steve (PS0FK) [1361] No , course they're not! ... [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1362] Well it just shows
Ricky (PS0FM) [1363] The brand new ones.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1364] twenty, twenty one inch
Danny (PS0FH) [...] [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1365] and not all of them with this.
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1366] You can do it?
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1367] Are they
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1368] about
Ricky (PS0FM) [1369] about three.
Steve (PS0FK) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [1370] What?
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1371] Oh!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1372] All you do ... turn on the thing
Josephine (PS0FF) [1373] No, you let him show me alright?
Susan (PS0FJ) [1374] No just show
Josephine (PS0FF) [1375] Yeah, alright then I won't move yet ... [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1376] [...] Where do I keep [...]
Steve (PS0FK) [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1377] Mm.
[1378] ... But he does to me!
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1379] Oh right!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1380] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1381] Well I'm
Danny (PS0FH) [1382] Yes.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1383] put down [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [1384] Do you have to [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1385] Yeah, well [...] ... Ah but I ... walked through ... u
Susan (PS0FJ) [1386] Can he go out?
Steve (PS0FK) [1387] Oh yeah.
Susan (PS0FJ) [1388] He's going now!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1389] Right!

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Sally (PS0FN) [1390] [...] before it be, be uncomfortable
Josephine (PS0FF) [1391] [...] will it?
Sally (PS0FN) [1392] for him.
[1393] But I'm inclined to
Josephine (PS0FF) [1394] Yeah.
Sally (PS0FN) [1395] get a general impression right, cos
Josephine (PS0FF) [1396] Yes.
Sally (PS0FN) [1397] I'm finding something totally wrong with [...] ... and got shot of it ... and then things have been
Josephine (PS0FF) [1398] Well actually he didn't, but he says
Sally (PS0FN) [1399] worse ... thinking he'd been to solicitors ... but I'm trying to track down anybody!
[1400] Just trying to get some information.
Mark (PS0FL) [1401] Apparently ... oh my God tha ... they're that much within the law.
Sally (PS0FN) [1402] Yeah, that's what we've been told.
Mark (PS0FL) [1403] They must have a legal section cos this is one of the biggest organisations, [...] leisure group in Britain
Sally (PS0FN) [1404] Yeah.
Mark (PS0FL) [1405] for caravans.
[1406] ... They, they, they, ... they own [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1407] They're going to clear themselves aren't they?
Mark (PS0FL) [1408] You clear you!
Sally (PS0FN) [1409] More than that!
[1410] Apparently
Mark (PS0FL) [1411] They're not going to
Sally (PS0FN) [1412] one man told me, he said
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1413] well if you think you might get some money at the end of the season, he said, you may find that you'll be paying them at the end of the season!
Mark (PS0FL) [1414] I mean, what's the good of it?
Sally (PS0FN) [1415] Yeah, you see!
Mark (PS0FL) [1416] Well we may as well have got that money and thrown it down the toilet!
Sally (PS0FN) [1417] Gone straight in the bin!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1418] Well that's right!
Sally (PS0FN) [1419] Straight away this year, you get a list through ... now, do you want winter cleaning done, curtains cleaned,
Mark (PS0FL) [1420] Yeah.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1421] carpets cleaned, upholstery cleaned?
[1422] ... Or outside valet, do you want the underneath painted with grease and everything?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1423] I say we did have it done.
Sally (PS0FN) [1424] By the time you add all that up ... if you're not local.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1425] All your profit's gone!
Sally (PS0FN) [1426] You'll ... you will end up paying them!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1427] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [1428] Yes.
Sally (PS0FN) [1429] And then we paid for a winter clean.
[1430] ... And it's filthy! [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1431] Mm.
Sally (PS0FN) [1432] I had to go down there twice
Mark (PS0FL) [1433] To get it done!
Sally (PS0FN) [1434] Okay?
[1435] Because the windows were filthy!
Mark (PS0FL) [1436] Twice, that we argued [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [1437] Well, well ... you came here didn't you when the curtains hadn't been
Josephine (PS0FF) [1438] Jump down then Phillip!
Sally (PS0FN) [1439] And when I spoke to Mr , I said well ... if I was renting a caravan and went to see it and it was dirty like that, I wouldn't want to take it on!
[1440] ... And, I said surely you have somebody who goes round and checks them before they're let?
[1441] ... No, he said!
[1442] ... So what they do is, apparently they wait for somebody to complain
Mark (PS0FL) [1443] Yeah.
Sally (PS0FN) [1444] and then they look at the caravan!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1445] Do they?
Sally (PS0FN) [1446] That's somebody who comes up to rent it!
[1447] ... So I said and in that case then ... probably ... you move them into another caravan?
[1448] ... Oh no, we clean it and ... they go into it!
[1449] I said, you mean to say people wait around while you clean the caravan?
[1450] I don't believe it!
Mark (PS0FL) [1451] You're alright , you're alright for your holiday, find a caravan dirty, you've gotta complain before it gets cleaned!
[1452] ... Ha!
[1453] ... People will [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [1454] They can complain to the Tourist Board.
Mark (PS0FL) [1455] [...] to be done when he was he.
[1456] ... Should be bloody licensed!
Sally (PS0FN) [1457] You can did you say?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1458] You can.
Sally (PS0FN) [1459] You can't!
[1460] ... Well I shouldn't think so because
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1461] Mum!
Sally (PS0FN) [1462] they're not gonna want to know!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1463] They don't belong there.
Sally (PS0FN) [1464] Yeah.
[1465] ... and you can't complain to th , the Chamber of Commerce because ... if they show this up too much ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1466] Temby's [] gonna lose a lot of trade!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1467] [laugh] I don't want [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [1468] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1469] Mm.
Sally (PS0FN) [1470] I mean
Mark (PS0FL) [1471] They have their, their ... [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1472] I said to him we've been conned!
[1473] I said we've been stitched up!
[1474] That's how I look at it!
[1475] ... I was furious last week!
[1476] ... Mm, so I ju , I was just trying to find, but you see, there again you're new people, we found new people last week didn't we.
Mark (PS0FL) [1477] Yeah.
Sally (PS0FN) [1478] He wasn't happy ... that man.
[1479] ... He bought a big caravan, he was very unhappy!
[1480] ... There we are!
[1481] ... The way they do
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1482] No, but these caravans
Mark (PS0FL) [1483] Should you carry on?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1484] I don't know, is it here or over there? ... [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [1485] So you see, this is only way you can [...] them!
[1486] ... Get to a situation where you've had a caravan before ... and to make any money to pay, you've then got to ... buy another caravan ... to subsidise that one ... and you seem to be ... it's sort of
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1487] like a chain all time.
Tina (PS0FG) [1488] Mm.
Sally (PS0FN) [1489] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [1490] And the profit you've had from one is paying the expense of the other!
Sally (PS0FN) [1491] Tha , if you're lucky!
Tina (PS0FG) [1492] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1493] Yeah.
Sally (PS0FN) [1494] I mean we heard some horrendous stories last week, walking round didn't we?
Mark (PS0FL) [1495] Yeah, we did.
Sally (PS0FN) [1496] [...] ... Cor talk about make your curl!
[1497] ... Dreadful!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1498] Mm.
Sally (PS0FN) [1499] So ... as I say, but I'm just resigned to it!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1500] So what would you have to do now then?
[1501] ... Take your caravan off?
Sally (PS0FN) [1502] We can't!
Mark (PS0FL) [1503] Not allowed to move it!
Sally (PS0FN) [1504] We co , I mean, what do you do?
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1505] You lose the money you've paid for the site!
[1506] ... Cos you can't take the site!
Mark (PS0FL) [1507] Paid for the site!
[1508] ... Plus the value of a brand new caravan! [...] , they check!
[1509] ... A lot of people buy these on [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [1510] Mm.
Mark (PS0FL) [1511] Just pay cash
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1512] Mum!
Mark (PS0FL) [1513] for them.
Sally (PS0FN) [1514] What darling?
Mark (PS0FL) [1515] In the end we're gonna [...] out.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1516] Can we [...] [...] ?
Mark (PS0FL) [1517] We feel
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1518] Mm?
Mark (PS0FL) [1519] we're gonna lose
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [1520] not only ... any money that we get back on it, but we lose ... the letting
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [1521] money
Josephine (PS0FF) [1522] Mm.
Mark (PS0FL) [1523] we lose the investment!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1524] Yeah.
Sally (PS0FN) [1525] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1526] Mm.
Mark (PS0FL) [1527] We lose the
Josephine (PS0FF) [1528] Mm.
Mark (PS0FL) [1529] out of the capital!
[1530] ... You see?
[1531] ... That's not a business venture!
Sally (PS0FN) [1532] Well it is for them!
[1533] ... That's right!
Mark (PS0FL) [1534] For them it is , yeah it's a good one for them!
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [1535] They're too big to fight, that's the trouble isn't it?
Mark (PS0FL) [1536] Are they?
Sally (PS0FN) [1537] That's what everybody says!
[1538] I see, I'm, I ... can't accept that, there's gotta be a way
Mark (PS0FL) [1539] No!
Sally (PS0FN) [1540] round it!
Mark (PS0FL) [1541] No, I'm afraid not!
Sally (PS0FN) [1542] I mean I don't care!
[1543] I've, I've threatened him!
[1544] I will be outside with a placard!
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1545] Do not buy a caravan on Field Park!
[1546] ... I've threatened him, that's what I'm going to do!
Mark (PS0FL) [1547] [...] of the er erm ... [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [1548] I've seen it done last week, [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [1549] Throw a brick through his windows!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1550] There's been nothing done!
Sally (PS0FN) [1551] I'd love to do it to him!
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1552] Well I've got to [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [1553] Hang on!
[1554] ... We don't know what that [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1555] [...] pain!
Mark (PS0FL) [1556] Alright!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1557] [...] , was you was down here when I washed the caravan?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1558] No.
Sally (PS0FN) [1559] No, it was dark haired boy.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1560] Was it?
[1561] ... I know about your microwave.
Sally (PS0FN) [1562] Ha?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1563] I know about your microwave.
[1564] ... I used
Sally (PS0FN) [1565] What?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1566] I used to know your husband, [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [1567] Yeah?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1568] [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [1569] Was he pissed?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1570] Yeah.
[1571] ... What it
Sally (PS0FN) [1572] See what
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1573] is now ... When I drop this one round I'll tell you about then.
Sally (PS0FN) [1574] Yes.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1575] Okay?
[1576] ... Er
Josephine (PS0FF) [1577] Will we have hot water?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1578] Well
Josephine (PS0FF) [1579] Don't say no, cos I'm going home!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1580] Er
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1581] You can ... What it is, there's new laws
Josephine (PS0FF) [1582] That's right.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1583] coming out now, it's no , nothing to do with us.
[1584] ... There shouldn't be any water heaters in bathrooms, okay?
[1585] ... Right?
[1586] Now ... we're gonna get it moved ... okay?
[1587] You can use it, but it's at your own ... risk, alright? ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [1588] Oh that's [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1589] Well that's too [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1590] Oh my God now [...] !
Mark (PS0FL) [1591] Well what ... what happened?
[1592] What are we
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [1593] sure's gonna happen as far as [...] ?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1594] Well what it is ... you've used it all last year haven't you?
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1595] Right?
[1596] ... All you wanna [...] to do is the ventilation on it.
Sally (PS0FN) [1597] Do you?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1598] Okay?
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1599] Er
Sally (PS0FN) [1600] Oh [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1601] All, all our vans now are ... are to be re-flued.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1602] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1603] Are you with me?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1604] Yeah, cos we saw one in that
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1605] Oh that's right.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1606] kitchen [...] . ... [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1607] That's right.
[1608] ... But what it is ... er ... they've been like that for years, like, in the bathrooms
Sally (PS0FN) [1609] To daddy.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1610] and all!
[1611] ... You know, I mean ... all it is ... like I say, it's ... I'd use it, put it that way.
[1612] ... Right
Josephine (PS0FF) [1613] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1614] I'd use it.
[1615] ... Er, I would not have worries about it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1616] But if something went wrong then do you [...] ?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1617] Well all I do
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1618] Come on!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1619] well ... I suppose it could be done.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1620] It would?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1621] Well all it is, [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1622] is er ... the fumes
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1623] Mum!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1624] given off from it.
[1625] ... Are you with me?
Mark (PS0FL) [1626] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1627] Like say, if you were in there like and you've got a closed door
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1628] Mummy, [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1629] there could be a build of fumes.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1630] When we going?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1631] Do you see what I mean?
Sally (PS0FN) [1632] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1633] You know, that, that's the only thing ... er
Mark (PS0FL) [1634] Alright.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1635] what it's about, like.
Mark (PS0FL) [1636] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1637] You know?
[1638] ... It's not dangerous or anything, like, it's not gonna blow up or anything like that!
[1639] ... It's just a carbon monoxide
Mark (PS0FL) [1640] Yeah but as far as it's sa
Tina (PS0FG) [1641] Enough to kill you!
Mark (PS0FL) [1642] Yeah, but as far as it's B S standards go, if it's not B S standard approved
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1643] No.
Mark (PS0FL) [1644] that's the insurance on the
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1645] No, well [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [1646] boiler.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1647] That's right.
Sally (PS0FN) [1648] Yeah.
Mark (PS0FL) [1649] So then
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [1650] are you telling me that these people are renting this place out?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1651] No, you can't rent it out until it's done you see?
Mark (PS0FL) [1652] So when was that ... when was that [...] done?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1653] This week.
Sally (PS0FN) [1654] We come in in here last week!
Mark (PS0FL) [1655] People were here last week then?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1656] Well I don't know that.
[1657] ... Who, who put them in there?
[1658] ... Town Park?
Mark (PS0FL) [1659] Yeah.
[1660] ... Who's the, who's, who's, who's
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [1661] the boss up here today?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1662] Yes, old age pensioners they were!
Sally (PS0FN) [1663] I don't believe they were mind!
[1664] ... Because the [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1665] I don't think there was anyone in here this week!
Sally (PS0FN) [1666] still on the [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1667] I don't think there was anyone in here
Sally (PS0FN) [1668] Should be here.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1669] this week!
Sally (PS0FN) [1670] Two people.
Mark (PS0FL) [1671] Who's, who's, who, who's, who's the boss today up there?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1672] Well you wanna see er ... David .
Mark (PS0FL) [1673] David ?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1674] Yeah.
Mark (PS0FL) [1675] And he's there now is he?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1676] Yeah.
Mark (PS0FL) [1677] Okay.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1678] Have a word with him.
[1679] ... But that's what it is.
[1680] I can't help with nothing else [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1681] Well that
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1682] [...] said erm ... supposed to use it like, yeah.
Mark (PS0FL) [1683] As far as the leg , as far as getting the ... the flue sorted out in this, how long do you reckon it'll take?
Tina (PS0FG) [1684] What do you say now?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1685] Er
Sally (PS0FN) [1686] I know what!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1687] Well, like I said, one of his contractors are going out to [...] , like.
Mark (PS0FL) [1688] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1689] That's why I like to know how ... when they're gonna do it like.
Mark (PS0FL) [1690] So this caravan can't be rented out until it's sorted out, like?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1691] That's right.
Mark (PS0FL) [1692] Yeah.
[1693] ... And you don't know how long it's gonna be?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1694] Er ... I don't.
[1695] ... I don't know how long
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1696] it's gonna be, you know what I mean, I just
Mark (PS0FL) [1697] So ... who covers the loss on the caravan and on the rental?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1698] [...] that's not my
Mark (PS0FL) [1699] So it's Dave again?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1700] that's not my place!
Sally (PS0FN) [1701] Listen, you could
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1702] He's the General Manager, like.
Mark (PS0FL) [1703] Yeah that's
Tina (PS0FG) [1704] Debbie should of come down [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [1705] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1706] But er ... that's, that's the reason for it like, you know?
Tina (PS0FG) [1707] Well why ... what did you say then?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1708] We came down to wash the caravan
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1709] Yes.
[1710] ... Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1711] And on the windows was the [...] had all been serviced.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1712] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1713] And that ... blue thing now has gone on since!
[1714] Tha , with red signs of all, across it!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1715] Yeah ... oh.
[1716] ... Well they're doing them all now, for service
Josephine (PS0FF) [1717] Now, we were ... washing
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1718] you know?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1719] washing the caravan on the Sunday
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1720] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1721] and people were to come in here on the Tuesday.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1722] Oh, well I I thought, I don't know [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1723] A bus load er a ... four, three or four bus loads from
Tina (PS0FG) [1724] Lancashire somewhere.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1725] Lancashire or North of England somewhere.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1726] Saying there was, what say?
[1727] ... Bus loads?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1728] Three or four bus ... three or four bus loads of [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [1729] Old age pensioners!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1730] Pensioners!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1731] Last week?
Tina (PS0FG) [1732] So they said!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1733] That's what they told us!
[1734] ... Cos I said there's no way I'd sleep in it myself!
[1735] ... Cos it was too damp!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1736] Well we never had any ... [...] last week!
Tina (PS0FG) [1737] Well somebody said it ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1738] I I ... I might, I might be wrong
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1739] like!
[1740] ... You know [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [1741] Well that's what they said!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1742] I never see [laughing] [...] [] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [1743] You'll see a bus up there won't you?
Sally (PS0FN) [1744] Cos I'll [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [1745] We're learning [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1746] Are you , are you sure it was this week, it was supposed to be?
[1747] No , not next week?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1748] Last week, cos I had to get it all!
[1749] I had to have the bedding in here.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1750] Mum , can I [...] ?
Tina (PS0FG) [1751] You see the, the boy
Sally (PS0FN) [1752] I mean
Tina (PS0FG) [1753] that, that just got out?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1754] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [1755] He, it's his weeks holiday and he was going to come down
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1756] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [1757] here for the week.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1758] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [1759] Now, there's no water here!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1760] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [1761] Well, no hot water [...] !
Sally (PS0FN) [1762] Well that's what they told us,
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1763] Yeah.
Sally (PS0FN) [1764] and that's why we've
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1765] Well that's ... like I say, with the
Josephine (PS0FF) [1766] We must have the caravan finished!
Mark (PS0FL) [1767] the thermostat.
[1768] ... Yeah, like I said ... with the actual water heater there, it's been, there's been water heaters in caravans like that for years!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1769] When we to
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1770] You know what I mean?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1771] We only had this at the end of the
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1772] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1773] summer.
[1774] ... And we've had trouble with it
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1775] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1776] all the time!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1777] Yeah.
[1778] ... But er ... like I said, the fluing part of it, is, is out of our hands.
[1779] It's not
Sally (PS0FN) [1780] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1781] it's not us who's put that on.
Sally (PS0FN) [1782] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1783] You know what I mean?
Tina (PS0FG) [1784] The what, pardon?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1785] The actual water heater, the re-flueing of it.
Tina (PS0FG) [1786] Oh!
[1787] ... Oh!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1788] You know, the, the
Sally (PS0FN) [1789] The gas people.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1790] it's ... yeah the gas council and all, like, these new bloody laws they've bought in like!
Sally (PS0FN) [1791] That's right.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1792] Mm.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1793] That's why you can see they've all had them
Sally (PS0FN) [1794] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1795] they've had to extend the pipes ... all this and that like, you know?
Sally (PS0FN) [1796] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1797] But it's down to be getting moved.
[1798] ... You know what I mean?
[1799] ... But that's all it is, because it's in a confined space ... and with a shower going they're worried about fumes and all like, you know, the carbon monoxide, like, you know?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1800] Mm.
Sally (PS0FN) [1801] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1802] But er ... put it this way, I've been on courses, like I wouldn't ... I use it.
[1803] ... You know what I mean?
Sally (PS0FN) [1804] Mm.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1805] Cos er ... like I say, if I'd had a window open or so ... you know what I mean?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1806] That's right. [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [1807] And all [...] if it's a little nippy you [...] .
[1808] ... [...] is it?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1809] But I said, that they've been in bathrooms for years like!
[1810] ... You know they ... and smaller bathrooms than that like!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1811] Oh, well I don't know what to do!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1812] But like I said, it ... it's just, it's gonna get moved like, no cost to you like, you know what I mean?
[1813] ... It's er
Sally (PS0FN) [1814] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [1815] But an advantage to them!
[1816] Is that what you mean?
Sally (PS0FN) [1817] But if something went wrong then, this caravan was burnt ... that's the end of it!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1818] They ... might just take those down.
Sally (PS0FN) [1819] Well i , cos the co , the insurance wouldn't cover it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1820] Cos they have got these records ... [...] will have these records.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1821] No, you'll have a certificate then, and all, saying that the caravan covered, it'll be tested every year then.
Sally (PS0FN) [1822] So it isn't going to be used this week?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1823] But, no
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1824] You know?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1825] not this week.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1826] No, not this week.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1827] So we shall lose our insurance?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1828] [...] ... like that, yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [1829] [...] ... [...] innit?
[1830] ... See that man and woman that [...] , yeah?
[1831] ... Did you see these people in there?
Mark (PS0FL) [1832] What people?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1833] A man and a woman.
Tina (PS0FG) [1834] There was two people sitting there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1835] They've just gone out.
Mark (PS0FL) [1836] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1837] After you came.
Tina (PS0FG) [1838] Well they've, they bought a ... a caravan down here, a brand new one!
Mark (PS0FL) [1839] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [1840] And they bought it last summer ... and they've had trouble ever since!
Sally (PS0FN) [1841] And they're going around asking people what [...] !
Mark (PS0FL) [1842] What's up with their's then?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1843] Well they've had to move the caravan [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [1844] It was dirty and damp and ... [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1845] They're going round the caravans [...] ... [...] . [radio on]
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1846] Ay
Sally (PS0FN) [1847] [...] he hasn't come [...] .
[1848] ... Oh!
Tina (PS0FG) [1849] Here Ricky!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1850] Yeah.
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [1851] I'd like one of your crisps.
Mark (PS0FL) [1852] Any one would think that you were tired all day!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1853] Now we [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [1854] And you weren't told there was gonna be [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1855] No.
Mark (PS0FL) [1856] What the hell are they talking about?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1857] Nothing!
[1858] We knew that they were testing them, and checking it over ... and bringing it up to standard, but we didn't know anything about it other than that!
Sally (PS0FN) [1859] Only [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [1860] You ... take one, that's your one.
Tina (PS0FG) [1861] Lovely!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1862] Well it wasn't me anyway, I don't know!
[1863] ... Oh Mark'll be fuming that's for sure!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1864] Can he do [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1865] No.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1866] But what's in it for me?
[1867] ... [...] . ... Ooh ooh!
[1868] ... How do you do it? ... [...] ?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1869] Alright?
Sally (PS0FN) [1870] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1871] Well I don't know what to do now?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1872] I'll tell you what to do.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1873] Do you?
Sally (PS0FN) [1874] Here without a damn thing, you can't use it can you?
[1875] ... What do you think?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1876] [...] ... you know?
[1877] ... They never asked me
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1878] if they could [...] or the flue in so it's
Sally (PS0FN) [1879] That's right, say it like that!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1880] never been ... repaired.
Sally (PS0FN) [1881] [...] neglecting the [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1882] Well having said, what, what is it all about?
[1883] It's because ... the [...] no, no water heater should be in the bathrooms!
Sally (PS0FN) [1884] So where's that gonna go then?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1885] Well it must either go in the kitchen or in the cupboard somewhere, but you know?
[1886] ... That's what they've er ... put it to.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1887] [...] what you said to me.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1888] Oh yeah.
Sally (PS0FN) [1889] Oh well we'll have to move won't we?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1890] Yeah.
[1891] ... It's working, like gas-wise, like I say, it is ... it's virtually, it's just the ventilation clearing out the ... the fumes ... which are given
Sally (PS0FN) [1892] Mm.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1893] off from it.
[1894] ... Do you see what I mean?
Sally (PS0FN) [1895] Well it is ... isn't there a, there's a chimney above there isn't there?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1896] Yeah.
[1897] ... That's right, yeah, but ... but now ... like I said, you're gonna have to [...] , to have your certain pipes.
[1898] ... Like, have you seen them all going round?
[1899] They got long poles on the back step.
Sally (PS0FN) [1900] Will it'll be longer than that [...] ?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1901] No ... cos they haven't done this one ... because it shouldn't be in here!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1902] Even in the fire?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1903] Yeah.
Sally (PS0FN) [1904] Right.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1905] Yeah, I mean, it shouldn't be in here, like, that's why they haven't ... that's why they've put it there.
[1906] That's why they hung on the to the shipment cos these aren't supposed to be in ... the bathrooms.
Sally (PS0FN) [1907] Right.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1908] You know what I mean.
[1909] ... You know?
[1910] ... The
Sally (PS0FN) [1911] Alright
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1912] I think there'll be a lot of people who won't move off ... to be honest!
Sally (PS0FN) [1913] They won't do?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [1914] [...] , cos they won't er ... go to the cost of them.
[1915] ... But, like I say, we're covering that, like.
[1916] ... You know what I mean? ... [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1917] Hoh
Mark (PS0FL) [1918] He's bloody [...] !

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Josephine (PS0FF) [1919] He didn't know.
[1920] He doesn't know, he's the only one I can think of.
Tina (PS0FG) [1921] He , he's, he's not in a position to say whether he knows or not.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1922] He says he doesn't know!
Tina (PS0FG) [1923] Oh!
[1924] ... No, well I [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1925] It's nothing to do with him!
Tina (PS0FG) [1926] It's not his department.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1927] But he said there is a gang going round, and some are putting the chimneys on ... and the others are going in and doing the flues.
[1928] And he said, it looks as though they've put the chimney on and found that the flue is the ba ... the boiler's in the bathroom, so they've had to come down here.
[1929] ... Said because it shouldn't have a chimney on it!
[1930] ... But he said, I don't know it's no , nothing to do with me!
[1931] It's the
Tina (PS0FG) [1932] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1933] Bri ... it's the British Gas that's doing it!
Tina (PS0FG) [1934] Oh ... well that's right he's gotta blame somebody!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1935] But he said, I would do it because I know, I've worked for the Gas board!
Tina (PS0FG) [1936] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [1937] I would know how to handle it.
[1938] ... I said, well there's one thing certain, I can't! ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [1939] Perhaps [...] , pay good money for it!
Sally (PS0FN) [1940] You said somebody wanted to know about [...] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [1941] Mum!
Tina (PS0FG) [1942] No, it, it,
Ricky (PS0FM) [1943] Mum!
Tina (PS0FG) [1944] and she's going round, she's gonna try and take them to court!
Sally (PS0FN) [1945] So she should!
Tina (PS0FG) [1946] It's bis , I think they mean business people!
[1947] ... [...] . ... And she's going ... she got out papers and pencil!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1948] Taking names and addresses who'll back her up!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1949] Mum, [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [1950] You could see through the window.
Tina (PS0FG) [1951] And the rain comes
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [1952] in when you open the door!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1953] Blimey!
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1954] And she said ... and he said, well they told [...] didn't they?
[1955] Got three bus loads, three or four bus loads of people!
Tina (PS0FG) [1956] Yes of old age pensioners coming down!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1957] She said , they hadn't!
[1958] She said! ... [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1959] And they're in [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1960] We haven't had anybody [...] have we?
Ricky (PS0FM) [1961] Mum, will daddy be here?
[1962] ... Why doesn't daddy come?
[1963] ... Granddad.
Sally (PS0FN) [1964] He'll bloody come next week.
[1965] Next time.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1966] Why?
Sally (PS0FN) [1967] Cos I'll make him!
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1968] We let him out [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [laugh]
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [1969] No, I've been meaning to.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1970] Come on Mark!
Sally (PS0FN) [1971] See you later!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1972] Mark'll go bananas I expect!
Sally (PS0FN) [1973] Well now how long have they known you were going to rent a caravan?
Tina (PS0FG) [1974] Well it's been booked for three or four weeks hasn't it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [1975] Ooh , more than that!
Sally (PS0FN) [1976] [...] on the bed.
Ricky (PS0FM) [1977] I was taking a long time!
Sally (PS0FN) [1978] What?
Tina (PS0FG) [1979] They're supposed to
Ricky (PS0FM) [1980] Ha!
[1981] Ha!
Tina (PS0FG) [1982] to pay people ... to come and clean the caravan out at the weekend.
Sally (PS0FN) [1983] No, I mean this flue thing should of been [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [1984] The caravan's been cleaned!
Tina (PS0FG) [1985] Well you says they hadn't even washed the curtains!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1986] I'll leave it till next week.
Sally (PS0FN) [1987] What?
Ricky (PS0FM) [1988] I'll leave it till next week!
Tina (PS0FG) [1989] You said they hadn't washed the curtains!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1990] They're not washing the curtains, they're putting new ones in!
Tina (PS0FG) [1991] Yes, well that's their er ... stipulations and ... that's ... what they're supposed to do once a year!
[1992] ... It hasn't been done has it? ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [1993] No, they're not!
[1994] ... Danny's paid for new curtains to go up!
Tina (PS0FG) [1995] Yes, I know!
[1996] But they haven't done it!
Ricky (PS0FM) [1997] Mum!
Josephine (PS0FF) [1998] No!
Tina (PS0FG) [1999] So that's another twenty, thirty, forty, fifty pound in their pocket!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2000] No, cos they're doing it!
Sally (PS0FN) [2001] [...] will you shut up and wait!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2002] Why?
Sally (PS0FN) [2003] That's why!
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [2004] [...] was closed?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2005] Yes ... yes, they're not opening till next week are they?
[2006] ... Next week, is it warmer?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2007] Mum ... [...] !
Sally (PS0FN) [2008] You've just had [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2009] So next time you come down ... it will be open and then you'll be able to go.
Tina (PS0FG) [2010] Oh, poor dolly!
Sally (PS0FN) [2011] What can I do first?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2012] I think ours and all will be going home.
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2013] Going home [...] minute of the day! [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2014] No I bloody haven't!
[2015] I kept the [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2016] And that woman! ... [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2017] [...] I went out to check the date on the [...] and to turn the place over.
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2018] Gees I was shocked!
[2019] ... Brand new!
[2020] She owned it!
[2021] ... Mm, yeah she had a [...] with her!
[2022] ... And I couldn't wait you see.
[2023] ... Well I'd have had it all on tape!
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2024] Have you gotta [...] ?
[2025] ... Have you?
[2026] ... No, you'll have to get in touch.
[2027] ... I'll just pack things all up shall I?
Sally (PS0FN) [2028] Ha?
Tina (PS0FG) [2029] What about these [...] !
[2030] ... Diamonds
Sally (PS0FN) [2031] What are they?
Tina (PS0FG) [2032] rubies, no, and pearls
Josephine (PS0FF) [2033] Emeralds are they?
Tina (PS0FG) [2034] emeralds there!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2035] Yeah, and a ruby on the other!
[2036] ... [laughing] You found the good bit [] !
Sally (PS0FN) [2037] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [2038] Well wait and see what er ... Mark has got to say.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2039] Mm ... [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [2040] [...] laying properly.
[2041] ... Aha?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2042] No.
[2043] ... Let Danny do it.
Tina (PS0FG) [2044] That's them gone!
Sally (PS0FN) [2045] What's [...] ? ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2046] Was that them?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2047] I don't know!
Sally (PS0FN) [2048] No it wasn't.
[2049] ... Some
Josephine (PS0FF) [2050] Who
Tina (PS0FG) [2051] No
Josephine (PS0FF) [2052] was it?
Tina (PS0FG) [2053] [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2054] So what did she say to you when she went?
Tina (PS0FG) [2055] She said ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2056] This woman and man.
Tina (PS0FG) [2057] Oh she said we'll make enquiries she said.
[2058] ... She was going on about the grass they've left on the
Ricky (PS0FM) [2059] Do you think I could leave it just there?
Tina (PS0FG) [2060] But she was in a frenzy you could see that!
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2061] Yeah, she was a bit!
[2062] She's looking for somebody to back her up!
Tina (PS0FG) [2063] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2064] And that's why I cannot get involved.
[2065] ... But we're gonna do it and she says she hadn't [...] as yet!
[2066] ... That's what she said.
Tina (PS0FG) [2067] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2068] [...] .
[2069] ... I don't think she said she's doing extra!
[2070] ... She says you'll have the bill for this!
Tina (PS0FG) [2071] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2072] A man just stated it!
[2073] That we're taking responsibility ... we'll be moving out!
[2074] ... We won't get paid for it!
[2075] ... We wanted to charge them!
Tina (PS0FG) [2076] I don't know anything them see.
[2077] ... It might be that they're in under [...] promotions team.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2078] Their only parking!
[2079] ... I see us having to ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2080] Perhaps
Josephine (PS0FF) [2081] last year.
Tina (PS0FG) [2082] perhaps erm ... perhaps they're only parking ... their caravan on the ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2083] And only letting it to friends and I suggest
Tina (PS0FG) [2084] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2085] their grandson.
Tina (PS0FG) [2086] But er ... somebody was in and left it all filthy and mouldy and ... what for!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2087] Oh!
[2088] ... Yes?
[2089] ... Had the cleaner gone in [...] it?
Tina (PS0FG) [2090] I don't know [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2091] I don't think so, no.
Tina (PS0FG) [2092] How?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2093] Because er, I've seen it and dirty and that.
[2094] ... And they're bloody cooker's filthy!
[2095] ... It's true!
[2096] ... I have seen it.
[2097] ... I don't think it's really clean, and they charge you for it!
Tina (PS0FG) [2098] Of course they do!
[2099] ... They're out to get all they can out of them!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2100] Mm.
[2101] ... As he says ... it, it's the biggest holiday
Tina (PS0FG) [2102] And
Josephine (PS0FF) [2103] company in Britain ... and he said er, they just keep under ... their
Tina (PS0FG) [2104] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2105] legal limit!
[2106] ... He said.
[2107] ... You can't get them to admit that.
Tina (PS0FG) [2108] And, and they'll keep all the profits that they can!
[2109] ... [...] ... They're not gonna let you get away with a lot!
[2110] ... You know, such as new curtains!
[2111] ... They try to bother ... them.
[2112] ... And I dare say, like these he said they ... they've paid for their caravan, cash!
[2113] ... So that's close to ten thousand pounds!
[2114] ... And they thought it was an investment!
[2115] ... Where as now they
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2116] find it had been better for them to have left their in the bank!
[2117] ... Didn't say it so many words, but that's what he meant!
[2118] ... And an investment on ten thousand's about twenty pound a week!
[2119] ... So it's a lot of money to [...] , I would think.
[2120] ... Perhaps he can
Josephine (PS0FF) [2121] She said thought, she'll only only let it out about six or eight times through the year!
[2122] ... Well they haven't got total control over letting it!
Tina (PS0FG) [2123] [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2124] No.
[2125] ... Perhaps they'll go.
Tina (PS0FG) [2126] Mark is making his will ... isn't he?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2127] Ah a good [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2128] [...] ... Oh she's left her dolly in there!
Tina (PS0FG) [2129] Ooh God, Sally was taking her out!
[2130] ... Who's key are all those?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2131] Dunno, [...] .
[2132] ... I dunno!
Tina (PS0FG) [2133] Oh, she's, she coming back, look, there's her book and her pencil.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2134] Mark.
Tina (PS0FG) [2135] Well Sally was right anyway.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2136] This is the caravan ... here.
[2137] ... Sally will take it off, Mark's [...] ... [...] .
[2138] ... I don't know what this is.
Tina (PS0FG) [2139] Oh!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2140] I know she bought any ... there's her roller skates!
Tina (PS0FG) [2141] Oh yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2142] Oh well, I'm off!
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2143] I know, he was going into the office!
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2144] Why?
Sally (PS0FN) [2145] I can't find [...] ... he's not in there ... in reception?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2146] Perhaps he's gone to shops?
[2147] ... I don't know which way he's gone then.
Sally (PS0FN) [2148] What's [...] surname?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2149] [...] ... erm ... No.
[2150] ... ?
[2151] ... Dunno!
[2152] ... Perhaps you ought to look for a phoney.
Sally (PS0FN) [2153] In the phone book see if there's any there?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2154] I dunno!
Sally (PS0FN) [2155] Then we can ring them, see what happens.
[2156] ... When we get home then.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2157] Yes.
[2158] ... But what if
Ricky (PS0FM) [2159] Oh look!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2160] Silly isn't he!
[2161] ... What about her doll and things?
[2162] I'll bring everything home if I'm going home.
[2163] ... Tara
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2164] She said they're getting money for nothing!
[2165] ... Hey?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2166] [laughing] [...] [] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2167] Now we'll go and find mum.
Tina (PS0FG) [2168] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2169] I can't remember, the man he said ... [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [2170] Keep it on
Josephine (PS0FF) [2171] Ooh!
Tina (PS0FG) [2172] enough will be used at [...] from it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2173] Oh! [...] and all do you think?
Tina (PS0FG) [2174] What kind is it?
[2175] ... A recording?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2176] Yeah, a Walkman.
[2177] ... It's recording everything.
[2178] ... You put the headphones on and you can listen to your choir!
[2179] ... Which is far easier than the one you were using.
Tina (PS0FG) [2180] Mm.
[2181] ... Oh, you put one of them in!
[2182] Well it's going round like hell, any how!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2183] Well yeah, it's taping your voice!
Tina (PS0FG) [2184] [laughing] Oh!
[2185] ... Oh, I hope it heard something nice [] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2186] Yes, well they're listening [laughing] for slang [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2187] Oh!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2188] Oh my God!
[2189] [laughing] I said to her check the phone boxes and Penny's in there phoning [] Danny and [...] , and bloody Lorna!
[2190] ... Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [2191] I re , I er ... I co , heard Sally
Josephine (PS0FF) [2192] And [...] down there
Tina (PS0FG) [2193] counting
Josephine (PS0FF) [2194] phoning them.
Tina (PS0FG) [2195] but I didn't know ... who it was ... and I thought, God, has Danny arrived! [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2196] He does sound, that woman!
[2197] ... Can't understand her!
Tina (PS0FG) [2198] Oh yes
Josephine (PS0FF) [2199] She's out!
Tina (PS0FG) [2200] I can!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2201] She's in piling a bloody list!
Tina (PS0FG) [2202] Yeah, I'm, I, I can't
Josephine (PS0FF) [2203] And she's got it down ... where do
Tina (PS0FG) [2204] I can't
Josephine (PS0FF) [2205] you come from?
[2206] Your name?
Tina (PS0FG) [2207] I thought ... when I was looking at her talking ... and I thought, you're a school mistress.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2208] I wouldn't say that, I'd have said ... [...] , she's a landlady.
[2209] ... And this is extra.
Tina (PS0FG) [2210] Oh I would have said she was a ... school mistress.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2211] And her ... her ... bed and breakfast is
Tina (PS0FG) [2212] Was a school mistress!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2213] bed and breakfast is er ... paying ... keeping this caravan.
Tina (PS0FG) [2214] No, I would say that they were
Josephine (PS0FF) [2215] And it's not
Tina (PS0FG) [2216] retired and he's had a good job in his time.
[2217] ... And, and this was a little
Josephine (PS0FF) [2218] Well I feel he's
Tina (PS0FG) [2219] But I said
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2220] to him.
[2221] ... No.
[2222] ... I said to him ... er that er ... it was an extra ... and he said that was the object of it.
[2223] Helps the pension.
[2224] ... You know?
[2225] ... He didn't say it in so many words, but
Josephine (PS0FF) [2226] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [2227] It was an investment, that's what I said.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2228] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [2229] He said yes.
[2230] ... So I shouldn't be surprised, they're both retired ... and, and er ... [...] pension.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2231] She said they've had ... they've had a couple of days out here trekking, trying to catch people!
Tina (PS0FG) [2232] Their pension is ... their pension and their bit of income ... keeps them, and that's all sort of thing, in a little bit of luxury.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2233] He ... she's looking for tenants!
Tina (PS0FG) [2234] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2235] How, I ... did you find it clean?
Tina (PS0FG) [2236] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2237] You know, are you happy with er ... arrangements
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2238] then?
[2239] ... What did you think of cleanliness and
Tina (PS0FG) [2240] Oh well of course that
Josephine (PS0FF) [2241] And then perhaps she'll take their names and addresses!
Tina (PS0FG) [2242] Yes.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2243] And the date see, Mrs so and so was in that caravan on such and such date!
[2244] ... If ever it came to court!
[2245] ... Cos he said ... somebody's got to bring them down!
Tina (PS0FG) [2246] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2247] And he said, we're disgusted with our caravan!
Tina (PS0FG) [2248] Yes.
[2249] Well of course, that might be a private [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2250] Well that's what I would say about this ... if this was new I wouldn't let people go in!
Tina (PS0FG) [2251] Theirs might be a private caravan on the site, and le , like Jackie's.
[2252] ... And letting it as private.
[2253] ... See, Jackie won't let anybody in her caravan.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2254] But she said ... they've let it to people and they've just wrecked the inside of it!
[2255] ... Everything she said!
[2256] ... It's a total mess!
[2257] ... And it's a brand new last July we've had it, she said!
Tina (PS0FG) [2258] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2259] And it's filthy [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2260] Mm.
[2261] ... And she said that everything was mouldy ... in er ... you know the ... even the curtains were mildew!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2262] And how did she put salt round?
[2263] Because this is a hell of a lot damper today ... than what it was when I had the salt about you.
Tina (PS0FG) [2264] [...] you ... but er ... some people [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2265] Course not!
Tina (PS0FG) [2266] Yes.
[2267] ... Well I'd never heard of salt being put down before!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2268] But she ... yes, she told me that in all, in the shop.
[2269] ... In the reception.
[2270] ... She said, put it
Tina (PS0FG) [2271] Yeah, well ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [2272] down.
Tina (PS0FG) [2273] yeah, these might tell you but ... I always heard that salt was damp!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2274] Yeah but it attracts the
Tina (PS0FG) [2275] The
Josephine (PS0FF) [2276] water in
Tina (PS0FG) [2277] the
Josephine (PS0FF) [2278] the air, into the salt!
Tina (PS0FG) [2279] and of course, once it's in the salt, it's steams!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2280] Well it's only now it feels like this!
[2281] ... It was not like this when we were down here washing it.
Tina (PS0FG) [2282] Well that's common sense when you think about it isn't it?
[2283] ... You put, you put a drop of water on it ... you put er ... a bowl of salt ... and ... that will go down ... eventually!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2284] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [2285] If the air is damp.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2286] It's collected the water [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [2287] Once that's damp, that's rising the steam!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2288] So how else do you keep it dry?
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2289] She said, straight to me now!
[2290] ... I said that caravan is soaking wet, I said!
[2291] ... The mattresses!
Tina (PS0FG) [2292] mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2293] And she said er ... well it does take time for them to dry out doesn't it, she said?
[2294] ... But I, there was people in it last week!
[2295] ... Yes I know, she said!
Tina (PS0FG) [2296] Well if she's covering
Josephine (PS0FF) [2297] I said well there's no way I [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2298] she is paid to cover the boss!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2299] There's no way I'd of slept in it, I said and not ... I wouldn't of done it!
[2300] ... Let alone, old age pensioners, I said!
Tina (PS0FG) [2301] And you know ... we've been to a few caravans
Josephine (PS0FF) [2302] Go in that end bedroom and feel the bed!
Tina (PS0FG) [2303] that feel a bit, caravans that we used to go to were like this chalet.
[2304] ... The chalets we used to go to ... Mrs er ... I can't remember her name now!
[2305] ... But her boys used to run steam roller outside middle house and I used to take them in.
[2306] ... She used to see ... that the beds were aired.
[2307] ... She did see to them!
[2308] ... She put oil heaters ... in the caravan ... and she kept the ... the mattresses in her bungalow!
[2309] ... She'd only got about eight caravans then.
[2310] ... And ... then we went in and had a caravan ... somewhere up by Aberystwyth, Ginnie and me, and you kids.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2311] That was an old farmer's caravan weren't
Tina (PS0FG) [2312] Yes.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2313] it?
Tina (PS0FG) [2314] But it wasn't too, that was too damp to sleep on!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2315] [laughing] [...] who won the bloody war, [...] roof up weren't it [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2316] There wasn't, there wasn't a cup and saucer each!
[2317] ... Remember?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2318] Mm. ... [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [2319] And these are no better!
[2320] I mean, caravans are caravans, call them what you like!
[2321] ... Only one saucepan we had!
[2322] ... And it was stew everyday if we didn't go out for dinner!
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2323] [laugh] ... Ah!
[2324] ... And you [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2325] Remember that cup of tea?
[2326] ... Remember that cup of tea [...] ... cos the water gave out on us at one stage!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2327] [laughing] Yeah, we had to walk across the bloody fields for water [...] [] !
[2328] ... And milk. ... [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [2329] Yes, friendly [...] woman at the farm!
[2330] We should have had a time, we'd of had to go home!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2331] Well who's caravan was it?
Tina (PS0FG) [2332] Oh somebody who's lived er ... out [laughing] Gloucester [] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2333] [laugh] ... Yes I know!
[2334] ... [laugh] ... Perhaps that's where Aunty Ginnie got her
Tina (PS0FG) [2335] But er
Josephine (PS0FF) [2336] [laughing] bug from [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2337] But erm
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [2338] the ... people at the farm ... they were supposed to seen [...] ... you know, for her?
[2339] ... She made out that she was paying at the farm to ... clean it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2340] Did you tell them that in the farm.
Tina (PS0FG) [2341] Well Ginnie did!
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [2342] Got her to do the dirty work for ... [laughing] for free [] !
[2343] ... Well ... same when we went and found them boys in it!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2344] [laughing] Oh he's walking back home in temper now [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2345] Well it was a job to get in here [laughing] just after [] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2346] And now you're on the staff!
[2347] ... Oh shush here's
Tina (PS0FG) [2348] Now he
Josephine (PS0FF) [2349] somebody!
[2350] No, he's got another one!
[2351] ... No.
Tina (PS0FG) [2352] Yeah , they got a job to get him back!
[2353] ... Well it's clean here is it?
[2354] ... People have
Josephine (PS0FF) [2355] Yes.
Tina (PS0FG) [2356] left it clean?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2357] They haven't been here!
[2358] There's been nobody here!
[2359] ... Come and have a look!
[2360] ... Cos everything is, as I left it!

14 (Tape 027003)

Mark (PS0FL) [2361] How long do I keep that for?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2362] Somebody else been here, [...] .
[2363] ... This water heater is not to be used as it failed to reach the er ... oh well I [...] now!
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2364] Wait, and I'll go and find out!
[2365] ... That's for the bed [...] er ... television and the microwave.
[2366] ... This ... and the water heater.
Mark (PS0FL) [2367] And ask her about the water heater cos if I can't take a shower I will stink!

15 (Tape 027004)

Tina (PS0FG) [2368] Funny way of running business any how!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2369] Look at him with the bloody roll in the window!
Tina (PS0FG) [2370] Oh [...] .
[2371] ... But er, Danny says that they said that they were
Josephine (PS0FF) [2372] People had been in!
Tina (PS0FG) [2373] overflowing!
[2374] ... Yes I know, but he ... he said people are in last week!
[2375] But that's what [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2376] They're overflowing with bookings for the summer!
Tina (PS0FG) [2377] Oh!
[2378] ... And now?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2379] Yeah, cos they could have three times as many caravans!
[2380] ... By June ... they'd let them go!
[2381] ... They're overflowing with them!
Tina (PS0FG) [2382] Not now!
[2383] ... Of course, you see, it's you that's using the caravan this week so they can come here ... they [...] can they?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2384] No.
[2385] ... Somebody comes quick and wants the caravan ... they're supposed to be there ready!
[2386] ... Oh!
Tina (PS0FG) [2387] Ooh the sun is warm!
[2388] ... Can you feel it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2389] Is it the sun [laughing] or is it this ... heater [] ?
[2390] ... You can just see
Tina (PS0FG) [2391] Oh I dunno, maybe
Josephine (PS0FF) [2392] the sun!
Tina (PS0FG) [2393] maybe, maybe, maybe!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2394] Oh, and he's taking Tarzan for a walk!
[2395] ... Is that Sally? ... [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [2396] Mm?
[2397] ... Who's with her?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2398] [...] ... it's somebody else!
[2399] ... Right!
[2400] ... Go and see her!
Tina (PS0FG) [2401] I dunno.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2402] Ha?
Tina (PS0FG) [2403] I dunno.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2404] What do you think, [...] ?
[2405] ... Now ... erm Mrs and I [...] down the caravan park.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2406] Right. ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2407] Yeah, they were [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2408] But people were in last week!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2409] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2410] Erm, [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2411] What?
[2412] ... Cos I came down!
[2413] ... And I ... cos I was amazed they told me about this salt [...] ... rubbish!
[2414] ... So I did it ... and bowls are full of water!
[2415] I was shocked!
[2416] ... And then, I thought well I gosh this caravan isn't [...] ... is it because the salt had gone?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2417] I ... i , it could be because it feels quite cold and damp [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2418] Anyway ... there's er ... there's no [...] !
[2419] ... There's no television in there!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2420] Right.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2421] There's ... and there's a big sign on the water heater ... it's not to be used!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2422] Right. ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2423] And I said we are going back home!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2424] Er ... would you [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2425] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2426] er ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2427] Yes, and I will [...] from the [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2428] Yeah ... [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2429] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [2430] Right, I'll go and get the [...] .

16 (Tape 027005)

Josephine (PS0FF) [2431] And I said there's a
Tina (PS0FG) [2432] Did you tell him, as he's threatened to come home?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2433] [...] ... [...] down there now.
[2434] She said she's trying to find it.
Tina (PS0FG) [2435] Suppose we ... better go back home!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2436] Going in the shop first.
Tina (PS0FG) [2437] Why is it?
[2438] ... She's got no excuse!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2439] I'll go down there first.
[2440] ... To tell them not to mess about with that water heater!
[2441] ... Ohhh ... She didn't know!
[2442] ... I said well when I was here last ... that sign wasn't on the ... thing then!
[2443] ... Don't forget!
Tina (PS0FG) [2444] And I'll put them back in ... the back [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2445] Is that the door key?
[2446] ... Who's in the toilet?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2447] Is [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2448] He's gone in there.
[2449] ... I'll take those out the window.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2450] What?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2451] What?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2452] Co ... they're coming down now.
[2453] ... Er ... I said, that the sign on the washing thing washing thing ... wasn't there last.
[2454] ... Darren put the microwave into store.
[2455] ... And the telly is in store, and they'll be bringing that right now.
[2456] Right, what about the ... what about the water heater?
Sally (PS0FN) [2457] The microwave's with [...] .
[2458] ... He took the microwave!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2459] No , darling, because ... it just stays there.
Mark (PS0FL) [2460] Yeah, right ... what about the water heater?
[2461] ... That's the more important thing!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2462] She said, she didn't know but she getting somebody down here now!
Mark (PS0FL) [2463] So we still don't know whether that's gonna be operational!
[2464] Because, according to B S standards
Josephine (PS0FF) [2465] Yes.
Mark (PS0FL) [2466] that should be ripped off the wall, like!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2467] Right!
[2468] ... Well I don't know because they've put new flues and everything on these fires.
[2469] ... I don't know!
[2470] And she's getting somebody down now!
Mark (PS0FL) [2471] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2472] So I haven't been to the shop yet.
Mark (PS0FL) [2473] Oh!
[2474] ... As long as they come down in the next twenty minutes!
[2475] ... Otherwise I'll go up there!
Tina (PS0FG) [2476] It was alright last season!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2477] Yeah!
[2478] ... She doesn't understand it herself!
[2479] I said ... we were here ... doing the caravan, it wasn't there then!
[2480] ... Somebody's been in!
[2481] ... Somebody did, they was ... there was two people in here ... last week!
Sally (PS0FN) [2482] What to ... rented it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2483] Yeah.
[2484] ... Two old age pensioners.
Sally (PS0FN) [2485] They're supposed to be ... [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2486] In the end, [...] !
Sally (PS0FN) [2487] What, so these two people have been in here, staying here, no television, no microwave?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2488] Yeah!
[2489] ... Two old age pensioners!
Mark (PS0FL) [2490] Are they ripping them off then?
[2491] ... The old age pensioners are paying for a caravan ... including these, you know, facilities, and the people don't get them!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2492] I don't know!
[2493] But that's what she told me!
Sally (PS0FN) [2494] I'll see about mic , microwave in the house.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2495] No, it isn't!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2496] Mum!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2497] [...] , what's on the bloody thing there?
[2498] The bur , the blue thing?
[2499] ... Can you read it from the inside?
[2500] ... I'll go outside
Ricky (PS0FM) [2501] Mum!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2502] and see it.
Mark (PS0FL) [2503] Yeah.
[2504] ... Water heater flue tested, failed!
[2505] ... Well that's a big job!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2506] Mummy!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2507] Well it's up to them put it right!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2508] Mummy!
Mark (PS0FL) [2509] Yeah but what I'm saying is ... that's my week up the spout like, innit?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2510] Mummy!
[2511] ... Er ... well how much [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [2512] Oh by the way, Sally's got the shopping.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2513] be here?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2514] [laugh] ... [laughing] Oh we'll wonder shall we [] !
Sally (PS0FN) [2515] Oh well [...] come round and tell us!
Mark (PS0FL) [2516] They ... they should have been, they, if they failed
Sally (PS0FN) [2517] Come on!
Mark (PS0FL) [2518] it, they should have reported it to you!
[2519] ... That's what [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [cough]
Sally (PS0FN) [2520] Only getting cold water! ... [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [2521] See [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2522] I can't do any more than that!
Mark (PS0FL) [2523] I'm not taking it out on you!
[2524] I'll take it out on them!
[2525] I just burnt twenty quid on food and if I stay here to eat it ... I'll take it out on them!
[2526] ... You, you're paying you're paying us
Ricky (PS0FM) [2527] Ooh look at that!
Mark (PS0FL) [2528] a lot of money
Ricky (PS0FM) [2529] Ooh!
Mark (PS0FL) [2530] for them to give you this kind of service!
Sally (PS0FN) [2531] Your mirror's not back either!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2532] No!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2533] A man stole it!
[2534] ... A man called Mark!
Mark (PS0FL) [2535] No!
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Sally (PS0FN) [2536] Have you tried lighting that boiler then?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2537] No.
[2538] ... [...] light it!
[2539] What if it blows?
[2540] ... And I'll touch it later when ... let them do it!
Mark (PS0FL) [2541] [sighing] Ha [] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2542] Ah?
[2543] ... That lights working.
[2544] She said it's electric and gas.
[2545] I said, yes, we've lit the fire in the bedroom!
Mark (PS0FL) [2546] Course it's electric, you put the fridge on before!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2547] And I said I put the fridge on.
[2548] [...] bulbs are [...] .
[2549] ... And I said when we went in, I went in to show Mark now, but I said I can, you can do it myself.
[2550] I was going in ... I was gonna ask somebody to come down and show us how to light the boiler.
[2551] ... And I said there's a big blue sign across it, not to use it!
[2552] ... Do not use!
[2553] ... I said to her, [...] that!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2554] Mum!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2555] I said well it's there, I said!
[2556] And we haven't touched the [...] !
Ricky (PS0FM) [2557] Mummy, [...] , watch me!
[2558] ... Not very soft! ... [...] !
[2559] ... I better show off them big [...] !
[2560] ... Do !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2561] Still wobbly innit?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2562] We'll ... we'll lend you ... which says only [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [2563] It's ... Do you think they'll be long?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2564] Not long, why?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2565] Why is the man going to come here?
Sally (PS0FN) [2566] It's in the car! ... [...] .
Mark (PS0FL) [2567] In the car.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2568] Go on then!
[2569] ... Come back here!
Mark (PS0FL) [2570] But then I wished they were a bit later!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2571] Come out here!
[2572] ... Go on!
[2573] ... Go and [...] !
[2574] ... I'll hide from [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [2575] Mm.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2576] Shall I?
Sally (PS0FN) [2577] Quick!
[2578] ... Yes, go and hide!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2579] Why?
Mark (PS0FL) [2580] I'll start.
[2581] ... We're going to [...] bloody [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2582] The night
Mark (PS0FL) [2583] [...] bad week ... a, a week's in
Josephine (PS0FF) [2584] Darren ... put the microwave into store! ... [...] !
Mark (PS0FL) [2585] Why didn't he leave it alone, [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2586] Switched off.
[2587] ... That's it!
Sally (PS0FN) [2588] And you've got it at home really.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2589] It was in store!
Sally (PS0FN) [2590] You've got it at home!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2591] So it's at home?
[2592] ... Put it in store, so he's finding another!
[2593] ... Right!
Sally (PS0FN) [2594] Said he [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2595] Mum!
Sally (PS0FN) [2596] the water now!
Mark (PS0FL) [2597] For Christ's sake!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2598] Mum!
[2599] ... Have you thought about
Sally (PS0FN) [2600] Why?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2601] going to that fair yet?
Sally (PS0FN) [2602] No, cos we [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [2603] So you're basically
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [2604] So what you're saying is you're
Josephine (PS0FF) [2605] No ... it doesn't matter!
Mark (PS0FL) [2606] Oh God!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2607] I'm gonna fetch my mother in!
Mark (PS0FL) [2608] For God's sake!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2609] Right!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2610] Right! ... [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2611] Are you coming to sit in?
[2612] ... I don't know where, when they'll come!
Tina (PS0FG) [2613] So you've got to wait?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2614] We'll have to!
[2615] ... We'll have to get your bags all in there ... if we're not stopping, we can't stop!
[2616] ... There's a great big thing on the front [...] go home!
[2617] ... [...] . ... Leave your bag in the car mum.
Tina (PS0FG) [2618] Oh!
[2619] ... We'll have to stay here [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [2620] There's nobody at the house.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2621] [...] ... [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [2622] Course you can! [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2623] What?
Tina (PS0FG) [2624] What's all this?
Josephine (PS0FF) [...] ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2625] [...] ... but now they've put it ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2626] All in there.
[2627] ... Plenty of room for the chair.
Tina (PS0FG) [2628] Mm?
[2629] ... Room was just alright for the [...] .
[2630] ... They knew you were working yesterday!
[2631] ... What is [...] ?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2632] [...] on there.
[2633] ... [...] are my [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [2634] Ooh! [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2635] Look at me!
[2636] Look at me!
[2637] ... I'm in here!
Tina (PS0FG) [2638] Alright.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2639] I'm gonna get the bed!
Tina (PS0FG) [2640] Oh crafty!
Sally (PS0FN) [2641] Mind your fingers!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2642] [...] . ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2643] Well I shall make the beds anyway.
Sally (PS0FN) [2644] [...] ... Has anyone not got a map here?
Tina (PS0FG) [2645] Yeah.
Sally (PS0FN) [2646] Is it up there?
Tina (PS0FG) [2647] I don't know!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2648] Why don't you [...] ?
Mark (PS0FL) [2649] Now, who got the cigarettes?
Tina (PS0FG) [2650] Oh, some of them are outside, yes.
Mark (PS0FL) [2651] And in ten minutes if they ain't down here, I'm going back up there!
Tina (PS0FG) [2652] What you going back up there for?
Mark (PS0FL) [2653] To get them to remember you.
[2654] ... I'll walk up there and he'll be coming back down, he'll give me a lift back down.
[2655] ... This is the bit where mama says I'm just like Susan , I'll have a go at it, I'll demand it!
Sally (PS0FN) [2656] Susan says she does it, but she doesn't really do it!
Mark (PS0FL) [2657] Yeah well, where as I will then!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2658] Ah ... shut up for half an hour now will you?
[2659] ... Erm
Mark (PS0FL) [2660] Half an hour!
[2661] Half an hour!
Tina (PS0FG) [2662] The er ... the gas stoves doesn't!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2663] The gas is on!
Tina (PS0FG) [2664] Oh, it's on?
[2665] ... Oh I can see now, yes!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2666] But without that heater they've got no hot water, no nothing!
Tina (PS0FG) [2667] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2668] Have they?
[2669] ... So how could they let it out to
Tina (PS0FG) [2670] Yeah, that's what Paul said!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2671] Old age pensioners?
[2672] ... But it wasn't here!
[2673] ... It wasn't on then!
Tina (PS0FG) [2674] No, I've er, I, I, think it happened since.
[2675] ... And you see er ... it's one of those things that can wait.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2676] But all were these were ta er ... all these were tested.
[2677] ... Well Dave's done it!
[2678] ... Before we came down here to clean the caravan.
[2679] ... Cos the man said to me, look you've got a new flue on!
[2680] ... And that one over there has as well!
Mark (PS0FL) [2681] Well that fail sign ... wasn't on the caravan ... when we was doing that axle ... underneath.
Sally (PS0FN) [2682] No, because
Mark (PS0FL) [2683] They were saying what [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2684] The blue one was on ... saying it had been tested!
Mark (PS0FL) [2685] That's not to say it failed!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2686] No.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2687] Oh! [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2688] Well I come down
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2689] the week after that.
[2690] ... There's a [...] on then!
Tina (PS0FG) [2691] Children to sit on!
[2692] Look!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2693] I don't!
Sally (PS0FN) [2694] Here they are then!
Tina (PS0FG) [2695] I don't why it's for children
Ricky (PS0FM) [cough]
Tina (PS0FG) [2696] to sit on it!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2697] Not [...] or potatoes.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2698] Those pretty earrings you got!
Tina (PS0FG) [2699] Where did you get those from?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2700] [whispering] Susan gave them to me [] .
Tina (PS0FG) [2701] Susan did!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2702] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [2703] Oh!
[2704] ... Well come and let me look at them.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2705] [...] look at your new jumper now.
Tina (PS0FG) [2706] Well don't pull them!
[2707] ... Oh they are pretty aren't they!
[2708] Little flowers!
[2709] ... Makes you a little clown doesn't it?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2710] No, you're a little clown!
Tina (PS0FG) [2711] [laugh] ... [...] ... Ha!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2712] Has anybody [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2713] Hello darling!
[2714] Little darling!
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2715] I'm not
Sally (PS0FN) [2716] Ha?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2717] a dog like you are!
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2718] Perhaps he's working [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [2719] [whispering] Could just have forgotten [] !
Ricky (PS0FM) [2720] Who's that?
Mark (PS0FL) [2721] What's what?
Sally (PS0FN) [2722] God knows!
Mark (PS0FL) [2723] Ha!
[2724] Ha!
[2725] Ha! [whistling]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2726] Sally you're windows, I can't open!
[2727] ... Here comes [...] .
[2728] ... What?
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2729] Inside?
Sally (PS0FN) [2730] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2731] Oh well!
[2732] ... I nearly trod on your fingers then didn't I?
[2733] ... Did I?
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2734] Mm mm mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [2735] Yeah ... I thought I'd seen cloud on top [...] on the hills.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2736] That's what you think!
Sally (PS0FN) [2737] Maybe!
Ricky (PS0FM) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [2738] Oh I don't think, they only had the telly [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2739] Oh dear!
[2740] Let her bloody, it's not cold!
[2741] I know cold!
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2742] [laugh] ... Ooh look at dolly's knickers!
[2743] ... Just look at those!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2744] Ooh!
Sally (PS0FN) [2745] When they come down then ... do we [...] or what?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2746] And then [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2747] Ooh I told
Sally (PS0FN) [2748] Got a tow truck?
Tina (PS0FG) [2749] I've counted about seventeen to ... twenty caravans.
[2750] ... And there was er
Josephine (PS0FF) [2751] Oh you haven't been your wearing your glasses [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2752] [...] !
[2753] ... There was erm
Ricky (PS0FM) [2754] Mum!
Tina (PS0FG) [2755] six people.
[2756] ... Er two ... two of them
Ricky (PS0FM) [2757] Mum!
Tina (PS0FG) [2758] five adults and a little one ... a baby one ... went
Ricky (PS0FM) [2759] Mum!
Tina (PS0FG) [2760] along there
Ricky (PS0FM) [2761] Shall I sit on here?
Tina (PS0FG) [2762] and the caravan next ... the one opposite the shop
Ricky (PS0FM) [2763] Just sit here then.
Tina (PS0FG) [2764] or the business [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [2765] [...] go to your room.
Tina (PS0FG) [2766] caravan next door
Ricky (PS0FM) [2767] Do I have to go to sleep?
Tina (PS0FG) [2768] and those people got out a [...] and I've seen.
[2769] ... So there are a few
Ricky (PS0FM) [2770] We're not going to be here tonight!
Tina (PS0FG) [2771] in the, in the [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [2772] Yeah.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2773] Can we ... are we going to [...] ?
Sally (PS0FN) [2774] I don't know [...] !
[2775] See what time we've got left!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2776] [...] ... [...] ... This is what I do to my teddy ... just hold her by her leg ... nice teddy, look!
Tina (PS0FG) [2777] You're dolly!
[2778] ... Ooh!
Sally (PS0FN) [2779] Ooh! [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2780] Oh!
[2781] ... Have to get another sober!
Sally (PS0FN) [2782] [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2783] A bird on the roof!
[2784] ... Walking about.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2785] Can we walk ... to grandma?
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2786] I don't want to!
Sally (PS0FN) [2787] Well you just play there!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2788] In his [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2789] Yes ... and there's a bird on the roof and he was trying get up there
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2790] to see his mummy!
Sally (PS0FN) [2791] Yeah!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2792] Here he comes! ... [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2793] What?
Sally (PS0FN) [2794] Good luck!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2795] [...] ?
Sally (PS0FN) [2796] Mm.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2797] Mhm.
[2798] ... Sorry!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2799] [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [2800] Where does this mattress belong [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2801] Off this bed in here.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2802] Mum! ... [...] ?
Sally (PS0FN) [2803] Can you hold on!

17 (Tape 027006)

Ricky (PS0FM) [2804] What's that?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2805] Playing on the roof again.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2806] [...] .
[2807] ... Perhaps he's flying down the chimney.
[2808] ... I saw something!
[2809] ... At the door!
[2810] ... It's open then is it?
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2811] And again!
Sally (PS0FN) [2812] Help!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2813] He should do!
Sally (PS0FN) [2814] [singing] Mm mm mm, mm mm [] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [2815] Do you know what, we haven't played any games?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2816] Haven't played the what?
Sally (PS0FN) [2817] No, she wants to go up to that playgroup [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2818] After!
[2819] ... Later!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2820] Later?
Sally (PS0FN) [2821] Later, we're going home!
[2822] ... Have to get ready for work!
[2823] ... [whispering] We shall have to ... go up there []
Ricky (PS0FM) [2824] Not today!
Sally (PS0FN) [2825] [whispering] We will [...] [] .
Ricky (PS0FM) [2826] Can we have another?
[2827] ... Gotta go work mum! ... [...]
Sally (PS0FN) [2828] Come on mum, be the host!
[2829] Make a cup of coffee!
[2830] We're all dying of thirst!
Tina (PS0FG) [2831] Oh that's an idea!
Danny (PS0FH) [2832] Maybe we'll do two at a time [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [2833] Never thought about that!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2834] Shall we go see that thing, [...] pool where you play in?
[2835] ... In between, it's got yellow flags.
Danny (PS0FH) [2836] I'll just get [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [2837] Later!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2838] But, we're going home later!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2839] Yeah, we have, I've gotta wait for the man to come!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2840] Why?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2841] I know [...] , no hot water!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2842] Oh, no hot water!
Tina (PS0FG) [2843] You won't be able to wash your face!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2844] Mum!
Sally (PS0FN) [2845] Mm?
Danny (PS0FH) [whistling]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2846] When I went into the [...] can we play?
[2847] ... Please?
[2848] ... Please mummy!
Tina (PS0FG) [2849] Do you know she's [...] a little
Ricky (PS0FM) [2850] Mum!
Tina (PS0FG) [2851] bit, ain't she?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2852] What?
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [2853] That cardigan isn't too long for her!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2854] Can I
Josephine (PS0FF) [2855] No.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2856] mum?
Sally (PS0FN) [laugh]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2857] Mum, can I?
[2858] ... Can I?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2859] [...] then going to the shop.
Danny (PS0FH) [2860] Don't ... why?
[2861] ... Oh, I've gotta go to reception first.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2862] Go to the shop.
[2863] ... Where you going?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2864] Are you going
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2865] We're collecting now, wait!
Sally (PS0FN) [2866] What do you want from the shop?
[2867] ... Do you want some [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [2868] Some [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [2869] Did you get one?
Sally (PS0FN) [2870] Yes.
Tina (PS0FG) [2871] Where's her shoes?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2872] Take me!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2873] So you're going up [...] ?
Sally (PS0FN) [2874] Well , not yet.
[2875] I'll wait and see what happens!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2876] Well you can come back and I'll tell you what happens!
Danny (PS0FH) [2877] I'm going up to reception.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2878] So as I can take her for a ride and back.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2879] I don't want to go for a ride!
[2880] I want to go that ... [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [2881] Oh, that isn't
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2882] until next Monday dear!
[2883] ... Monday or Tuesday.
[2884] ... And it's Saturday today.
[2885] Now then ... Saturday
Ricky (PS0FM) [2886] No, it's the one with the slide!
Tina (PS0FG) [2887] Yeah, well it isn't open until Monday or Tuesday.
[2888] ... So it's Saturday today
Ricky (PS0FM) [2889] Can we go and have a look in case she's wrong?
[2890] ... Can we?
Tina (PS0FG) [2891] I'll pop you out in the bag [laughing] in a minute [] !
Ricky (PS0FM) [2892] Can we?
[2893] ... Why nanny!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2894] I don't know!
[2895] I've got to wait for the man!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2896] Okay.
[2897] ... Mummy will.
Tina (PS0FG) [2898] [laughing] Oh [] !
[2899] ... Pull yourself together Sal!
Sally (PS0FN) [2900] Ha!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2901] I can come with you then.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2902] [...] nappy!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2903] Why, why does the man wanna come?
Tina (PS0FG) [2904] Mind you don't fall!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2905] Why does wanna come?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2906] Just seeing why the water ... heater isn't working!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2907] It is working!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2908] It isn't working!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2909] Which heater?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2910] In the bathroom!
Tina (PS0FG) [2911] It won't get hot!
Sally (PS0FN) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [2912] The water doesn't get hot!
[2913] And it should when you have a bath ... shouldn't it?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2914] Mm.
[2915] ... Do you know what?
[2916] When ... when the have
Josephine (PS0FF) [2917] Once upon a time!
Sally (PS0FN) [2918] Get off!
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2919] When
Sally (PS0FN) [2920] Come and get [...] and get your skates in the car!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2921] Why?
Sally (PS0FN) [2922] Cos we will ... have to go in the car.
Tina (PS0FG) [2923] Oh have you got your skates?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2924] Mum!
[2925] ... I want to go down see it.
Sally (PS0FN) [2926] We'll see that in a minute.
Ricky (PS0FM) [2927] Okay.
Tina (PS0FG) [2928] Gonna bring your bike down there? ... [...] .
Sally (PS0FN) [2929] Stop it!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2930] We go and [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [2931] She even said it was quiet!
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2932] I know, there's no crowd about!
Tina (PS0FG) [2933] Yeah!
[2934] ... Well
Josephine (PS0FF) [2935] Now's the time to learn
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2936] innit?
Sally (PS0FN) [2937] You've gotta put
Josephine (PS0FF) [2938] Put a size of a [...] on it!
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Ricky (PS0FM) [2939] Mummy, I want to go!
Sally (PS0FN) [2940] Well you've gotta put your wellies on and [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2941] You gotta put your shoes on!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2942] Ha?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2943] Put your shoes on, quick!
Sally (PS0FN) [2944] Have to put your roller skates in the car.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2945] Outside.
[2946] Your shoes!
[2947] ... Not inside!
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2948] Get them on!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2949] Why?
Tina (PS0FG) [2950] Well, no why's about it!
[2951] ... Get them on!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2952] No!
Josephine (PS0FF) [2953] Yes!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2954] No!
Tina (PS0FG) [2955] Right this very minute!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2956] Wow you
Tina (PS0FG) [2957] Else I shall say ding dang on your bum!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2958] You can't make me! ... [...] cos ... cos you're not gonna [...] I'll give you a smack bum!
[2959] ... Urgh ... You still got [...] !
[2960] ... Here mum!
[2961] ... Mum!
[2962] ... Mama ma
Sally (PS0FN) [2963] Yes alright dear.
Tina (PS0FG) [2964] You've gotta have it done! [whistling]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2965] They're your snow boots aren't they?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2966] I just go
Sally (PS0FN) [2967] Come on then!
Ricky (PS0FM) [2968] I will [...] !
Josephine (PS0FF) [2969] Are they snow boots?
Ricky (PS0FM) [2970] No, they're
Sally (PS0FN) [2971] Mountain climbing boots.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2972] Mountain climbers!
[2973] Oh weh
Sally (PS0FN) [2974] [...] climbed up on [...] .
[2975] ... Do you want your coat on?
Tina (PS0FG) [2976] Did they know ... that they we , these were coming down?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2977] Yeah!
[2978] ... And Mark, definite cos it's on the papers, it's on the books!
[2979] We asked them [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [2980] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2981] That's why [...] ask what time of year!
[2982] ... This is, God, a bloody afternoon wasted!
[2983] Damn thing's gonna be a bloody pest!
[2984] ... It will go!
Tina (PS0FG) [2985] [laugh] ... How much a week rent ... do you pay for ground?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2986] No, it all comes out at the end of the summer, see.
Tina (PS0FG) [2987] Yeah, but d er, do they tell you ... how much they take out?
Josephine (PS0FF) [2988] Yeah.
[2989] ... It's all laid out.
[2990] ... [singing] Ha QQ ho ha [] .
[2991] ... Are the [...] at the back any different is it?
Tina (PS0FG) [2992] Yeah.
[2993] ... But er, I think that the ... the tiles a bit near the woodwork.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2994] Mhm. ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2995] Look at her, going on down the road! [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [2996] Oh she's got her bike.
Josephine (PS0FF) [2997] Roller skates.
[2998] ... Oh!
Tina (PS0FG) [sneeze]
Josephine (PS0FF) [2999] She'll never get her to go like that cos her legs are too stiff!
Tina (PS0FG) [3000] Oh, she like [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [3001] Making harder work [...] !
Tina (PS0FG) [3002] Mm?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3003] Making harder work for herself!
Tina (PS0FG) [3004] Mm mm!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3005] She's come off!
[3006] ... They're walking.
Tina (PS0FG) [3007] Hark at the wind coming in through the
Josephine (PS0FF) [3008] Fire, the vent.
Tina (PS0FG) [3009] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3010] No.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3011] Sorry to trouble you, do you own the caravan I'm renting?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3012] I own them.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3013] You own it?
[3014] Oh! ... erm ... we own a caravan.
[3015] Could you tell me have you been very happy with the ... services [...] ?
[3016] ... How everything works out, the parking charge
Josephine (PS0FF) [3017] Come in.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3018] and ... that? ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [3019] Well ... come in!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3020] Thank you.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3021] I don't really know much about this cos my son does it all.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3022] Oh I see!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3023] Hiya
Sally (PS0FN) [3024] Hello!
[3025] ... I'm cold!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3026] You know ... Nice way to get warm!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3027] [laughing] Yeah [] !
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3028] [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [3029] Erm ... I don't really know much about it this is our first spring, you see?
Danny (PS0FH) [3030] There's all grass on there!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3031] Is it?
[3032] ... So this a new
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3033] I'm afraid I brought that in [...] !
Danny (PS0FH) [3034] Did you?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3035] Yes, it's off my feet!
[3036] We've been ploughing all over the grass!
[3037] I'd better stand
Danny (PS0FH) [3038] God!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3039] out there really!
Danny (PS0FH) [3040] You stand out there then!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3041] I don't want to walk all over your carpet!
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3042] [laughing] Oh [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [laugh]
Danny (PS0FH) [3043] There's a [...] there
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3044] Yes.
Danny (PS0FH) [3045] and stand right on it!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3046] Erm
Josephine (PS0FF) [3047] Get tho ... get those stools out.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3048] Is it a new
Danny (PS0FH) [3049] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3050] one then?
[3051] ... Yeah, I mean
Josephine (PS0FF) [3052] Not brand new!
[3053] ... It was new to us!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3054] Was it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3055] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3056] So this is your, really your first year is it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3057] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3058] And, are you going to let it out?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3059] No.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3060] Oh!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3061] Why?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3062] Well, we bought a caravan last year ... actually at the end of May
Josephine (PS0FF) [3063] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [3064] Yes.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3065] And erm
Danny (PS0FH) [3066] Move out the way!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3067] we ... it [...] ... we don't think it was let out very often.
[3068] ... That was through to the end of September.
[3069] ... When we came up to see it ... well ... it was a brand spanking new
Danny (PS0FH) [3070] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3071] we nearly cried!
[3072] ... It was in such a state!
Danny (PS0FH) [3073] Only had it for a few months.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3074] Upholstery, carpets ... the bath ... the toilet ... the cooker, the fridge ... the whole lot was filthy!
[3075] ... And when we think that we saw it when it was new!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3076] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3077] And I went storming down to the office, didn't I?
[3078] And I said [...] renting it, because it must of been occupied by animals!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3079] Mm.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3080] It was disgusting!
Tina (PS0FG) [3081] Animals and [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [3082] Ah know
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3083] Well
Josephine (PS0FF) [3084] we've stated
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3085] Yeah.
[3086] ... It doesn't matter what you state, cos we had heard ... from other pe , I've been doing this, I've been up here last weekend ... cos I am so angry about all this!
Tina (PS0FG) [3087] Well we've had a little
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3088] It's just a joke!
Tina (PS0FG) [3089] problem now!
[3090] ... That's why we're here.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3091] Really?
Danny (PS0FH) [3092] Ah!
Tina (PS0FG) [3093] Er ... there are so many ... with nothing
Josephine (PS0FF) [3094] Well we came
Tina (PS0FG) [3095] to do with these ... [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [3096] We came down ... my son came down here ... month ... and he ... and er, put red lead all underneath it.
[3097] You know the [...] ?
[3098] ... Following Sunday I came down to wash it and polish it ... and now we've got blue stickers in the bathroom ... the heater!
Danny (PS0FH) [3099] We had a message
Josephine (PS0FF) [3100] And the
Danny (PS0FH) [3101] through
Tina (PS0FG) [3102] And the boys come down for a week!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3103] And they know it!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3104] How many
Tina (PS0FG) [3105] Here
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3106] did they do?
Tina (PS0FG) [3107] Here he is ... coming back!
[3108] ... Be careful, the door opens outwards!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3109] We erm ... we had a letter through but it was to test the boilers, because [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [3110] So we did and we've
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3111] Yes.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3112] heard no more about it!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3113] Ah well ... I ... got a thing tested on ours ... thought ours was alright.
[3114] I hope so!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3115] Well there's a great
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3116] On the Sunday we were here
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3117] Oh was it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3118] that blue thing was on the window!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3119] That's to say [...] water?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3120] But now it's got red across it, failed!
[3121] ... And that wasn't there [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3122] And you've got to pay more money to make sure it's put right!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3123] I don't know!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3124] Yeah you do!
Danny (PS0FH) [3125] There are! [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3126] Didn't know anything about it!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3127] You do!
[3128] They tell you that!
Danny (PS0FH) [3129] The whole thing is just [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3130] There are no rules.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3131] This is ... this [...] .
[3132] ... See, ours was nineteen ninety one because it
Danny (PS0FH) [3133] You're joking!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3134] was er ... absolutely [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [cough]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3135] Three years, or two years, I dunno!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3136] Ah well cos I think the newer one will be ... this is some government thing to do with the gas.
[3137] I mean with fitting the
Josephine (PS0FF) [3138] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3139] flue.
[3140] ... So we had all that consequently!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3141] Mm.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3142] And erm
Ricky (PS0FM) [3143] Hey!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3144] some of them of failed, and if they fail you have to pay so much.
[3145] You have to pay so much anyway to have it changed.
[3146] ... But, as I say, we've been very unhappy about it!
[3147] We had erm ... notes through about ... Out of
Ricky (PS0FM) [cough]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3148] ten pillows, seven needed replacing and we needed a new milk saucepan, a new frying pan, a new ashtray
Josephine (PS0FF) [3149] Mm!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3150] [...] cleaners etcetera!
[3151] ... So, I replaced most of them myself and then whenever we came down ... course we complained about the cleaning! ... [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [cough]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3152] When we came down ... well ... it was still ... less that desirable!
Ricky (PS0FM) [cough]
Danny (PS0FH) [3153] It's terrible!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3154] And erm
Danny (PS0FH) [3155] The cooker was filthy!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3156] Yeah!
Danny (PS0FH) [3157] The fridge had mould in it!
Tina (PS0FG) [3158] All what?
Danny (PS0FH) [3159] I mean we're talking about
Ricky (PS0FM) [cough]
Danny (PS0FH) [3160] a thing that's been used for a couple of months!
Sally (PS0FN) [3161] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [3162] Then he came in ... er ... [...] sort of ... right at the end said, well look, I'm so cheesed off with you lot
Ricky (PS0FM) [cough]
Danny (PS0FH) [3163] can't we do anything about it?
[3164] She said, look ... let me know, how much it's going to cost me to get rid of this, because I've had enough!
[3165] ... And we've only just bought it [...] !
Sally (PS0FN) [3166] Well
Danny (PS0FH) [3167] So er
Sally (PS0FN) [3168] June , last year.
Danny (PS0FH) [3169] June , yes.
[3170] ... And so er
Sally (PS0FN) [3171] He came back
Danny (PS0FH) [3172] then erm
Sally (PS0FN) [3173] I think you can understand!
[3174] Is this your
Danny (PS0FH) [3175] so, they won't give us
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3176] caravan?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3177] No.
Danny (PS0FH) [3178] They won't quote any
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3179] Oh!
Danny (PS0FH) [3180] price!
[3181] ... They quote anything!
[3182] ... So you find you're, you're on your own!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3183] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [3184] And erm ... you know, if we pay up
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3185] Everything is [...]
Ricky (PS0FM) [cough]
Danny (PS0FH) [3186] it's cost a fortune to actually the caravan sited ... pay out six thousand quid right?
[3187] ... And then, you have to let it out then.
[3188] ... Through them ... they have to have first option.
Tina (PS0FG) [3189] They're the one that gets the benefit!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3190] Well ... two weeks ago
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3191] But then they can't sell it!
[3192] ... They can't sell it!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3193] And that's only the new one!
Danny (PS0FH) [3194] Cos they said, I won't be able sell it cos they ... they've got so many new ones on the site!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3195] Last week there was people in here!
[3196] ... So how could that water be like it is?
[3197] Cos you can't use it!
[3198] ... There is no hot water!
Ricky (PS0FM) [3199] Well he can't!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3200] Well everything ... everything is
Ricky (PS0FM) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3201] in their favour.
[3202] ... And I've ... well the people, all the people I've spoken to ... and everybody I've spoken to ... is very unhappy!
[3203] ... I haven't spoken to one who's satisfied yet!
[3204] ... I've been on the telephone to people!
[3205] I'm taking numbers off of caravans where they're letting ... and I've been round and spoken to people who are in them caravans, and not one is happy!
[3206] ... Last week a chap down here, David
Danny (PS0FH) [3207] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3208] Told me, he said, well ... ninety five per cent are happy.
[3209] ... I said, really?
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3210] Well I haven't found one yet!
[3211] ... Out
Tina (PS0FG) [3212] Yes.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3213] of all the people I've spoken to!
Tina (PS0FG) [3214] What did they say now?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3215] They're all very unhappy!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3216] I tell you!
Danny (PS0FH) [3217] This woman doesn't know anything, like!
[3218] ... She just said there's two boys out on there on site ... and the one, the, the ginger haired boy knows the ... you know ... the problem.
[3219] ... And I
Ricky (PS0FM) [3220] Mum!
Danny (PS0FH) [3221] said, well look I said, I don't wanna know
Sally (PS0FN) [3222] Hold on!
Danny (PS0FH) [3223] that!
[3224] I said, is this he , water heater gonna be [...] ?
[3225] I don't know!
[3226] ... I, oh it's alright, she said it's in the bathroom?
Ricky (PS0FM) [cough]
Danny (PS0FH) [3227] I said yeah.
[3228] ... She said well ... he knows about it, it's all in hand!
[3229] ... Well
Josephine (PS0FF) [3230] Well I
Danny (PS0FH) [3231] that's no good to me, like!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3232] No!
Josephine (PS0FF) [3233] No it's

18 (Tape 027101)

Josephine (PS0FF) [3234] He said he'd be one of the first.
[3235] He's putting the flues on and he hasn't come down to check it so if he's down here I'm gonna bloody tell him. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3236] [...] pipes like that [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3237] Yeah. [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3238] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3239] And still they've condemned it.
[3240] ... Yes, it's surely their van.
[3241] ... And other flues all down along there.
Tina (PS0FG) [3242] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3243] All on the grass see?
[3244] It's coming out of here.
[3245] ... This bloke, he said.
[3246] One of them goes round putting the chimneys on and the other checks the flue.
Tina (PS0FG) [3247] Oh. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3248] So I'll tell him that the fire will be on. [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3249] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3250] There's some in the van there.
Tina (PS0FG) [3251] They're pretty good ones aren't they? [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3252] Having their dinner.
[3253] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [3254] That looks nice. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3255] Perhaps they've been in and done it now.
[3256] ... [laugh] [...] ... [...] bloody thing. [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3257] Well the one door is empty and
Josephine (PS0FF) [3258] And the first booking for the caravan, she just said it again.
[3259] I've got it on my tape ... is th the twenty first of March.
Tina (PS0FG) [3260] When the first comes in?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3261] When the first comes in.
[3262] ... On the twenty first of March. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3263] And Danny said the third [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [3264] Third did he? [...] the first which was the Sunday and he had to get it ready because they were coming in on the Tuesday, on the third.
[3265] That's why there was such a mad panic to get it done ... on the Sunday the last day before [...] ... So why are the mattresses back there getting bloody damp?
[3266] [...] ... Oh I forgot to give him them.
[3267] ... [...] Mark isn't coming over to pick the car up.
[3268] He doesn't want to.
[3269] He's enjoying his break.
Tina (PS0FG) [3270] Oh he's [...] ... He's alright a couple of days and ... getting old I think.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3271] Mark loves it.
[3272] Loves being on his own.
Tina (PS0FG) [3273] Ah but he don't get the chance does he?
[3274] ... [...] ... Although I like being by myself.
[3275] ... But then I ... different age isn't it, to [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3276] What the bloody hell is that?
[3277] Montrose twenty eight.
[3278] R twelve. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3279] Well it's the key of somebody's cottage [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3280] It's the key of somebody's caravan but it's not ours.
Tina (PS0FG) [3281] Perhaps it's the one he's got. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3282] I'll go and try these in the door now cos this is ours.
Tina (PS0FG) [3283] [...] the door. [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3284] Look at that old thing squat on the roof. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [...] [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3285] It is.
[3286] But they've got the bloody labels mixed up by the look of it. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3287] Try them both. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3288] Yeah I'm gonna try the both.
[3289] That is it.
[3290] Well what the hell is that?
[3291] Montrose, twenty eight.
[3292] R twelve and that one's J twelve. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3293] Oh, well what's the other one?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3294] [...] this is. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3295] Oh well anyway it's a code name, it's no business of yours.
[3296] But what number's on the other one?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3297] [...] one.
Tina (PS0FG) [3298] [...] what?
[3299] This is the owner's set, a Mr . ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3300] Well who's are these?
Tina (PS0FG) [3301] Well you'd better see Mark first and ... and let them have them back.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3302] [...] Mark.
[3303] It's nothing, these aren't nothing to do with Mark.
Tina (PS0FG) [3304] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3305] They belong in the [...] . ... [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3306] [...] ... It smells musty in here.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3307] Yes.
[3308] This is a caravan smell and Mrs 's clothes used to stink by it.
Tina (PS0FG) [3309] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3310] Oh I don't believe this!
[3311] [...] [laugh] Couldn't be bothered to shop.
[3312] [laugh] ... [...] I'll give them all to Mark.
[3313] And then I'll go up the shop and get some, I'll need a couple of boxes.
[3314] ... Where's the microwave?
[3315] ... Ooh god [...] . ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3316] [...] [...] gas on or should we turn the lights on so we can get the [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3317] No paper.
[3318] I've gotta have er paper to leave messages.
[3319] ... I was gonna ask Mark for a pen. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3320] I've got a pen and I've got paper.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3321] A big ... note.
[3322] ... So that I can say the fire's burning.
Tina (PS0FG) [3323] Mm.
[3324] ... Well you can call by and tell him that. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3325] Yeah but I want it for the men that's going to alter the gas.
Tina (PS0FG) [3326] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3327] For signs.
[3328] ... I'm gonna put one in there ... one on the kitchen
Tina (PS0FG) [3329] You'll have to buy a paper pad [laughing] that's all [] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [3330] and one by the fire.
[3331] ... Yeah.
[3332] ... Then all the doors ... should be open see. ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3333] They are damp but they don't feel too bad [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3334] No.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3335] See if they leave the doors open it's not too bad.
[3336] ... Oh well. ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3337] [...] coat hanger [...] on the floor. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3338] Feel this and feel those beds in there. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3339] But I mean this is a ... er er er
Josephine (PS0FF) [3340] His home.
Tina (PS0FG) [3341] Yes but it's a ... a cold room [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3342] No that's wet. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3343] Yes it's wet. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3344] Well these were too weren't they?
[3345] And he's stuck them by the fire.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3346] Yeah [...] them all [...] .
[3347] Well I'm just gonna get the paper and that's it.
Tina (PS0FG) [3348] Costing a bloody fortune.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3349] Eh?
Tina (PS0FG) [3350] To light the fire.
[3351] ... [...] goes out and [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3352] Yeah. ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3353] [...] any toilet paper.
[3354] [laugh] ... [singing] [...] [] ... No paper or ... Haven't got pens there.
[3355] No pens.
[3356] ... No tissues.
[3357] ... Any tissues?
Tina (PS0FG) [3358] No. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3359] Erm ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3360] How many pieces of paper do you want?
[3361] [...] Too hard. [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3362] Let's go down the toilet, see if it's open.
[3363] ... [...] No wait a minute.
[3364] No wait a minute. ...

19 (Tape 027102)

Josephine (PS0FF) [3365] disconnected the gas, took that bloody old heater off, connected it up somewhere else and whatever they're gonna do ... and then ... the gas is coming through a fire. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3366] Well Mark is there.
[3367] ... We can pop across and see.
[3368] He's not gonna go ... round the caravan and ... try each bed out is he?
[3369] ... He said he was going to ... [...] and see that it was done
Josephine (PS0FF) [3370] Mhm.
Tina (PS0FG) [3371] things were done well that's a matter of [...] . ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3372] Oh it'd be better for him to put that fire on at night time ... and go over in the morning and switch it off. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3373] Well [...] be at work before he can be out of bed probably, in the morning.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3374] Have to [...] .
[3375] And if he's gonna walk to Tenby they could be starting when he's in Tenby.
Tina (PS0FG) [3376] Well Sally will be there. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3377] Well Sally'll go with him.
[3378] ... Yeah?
Tina (PS0FG) [3379] I mean if, if he forgets Sally could remind him.
[3380] ... Two of them. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3381] If those men wasn't going there I would say right, put the gas fire on.
[3382] Put it on low and leave it the night and day cos it was left on for a week once wasn't it?
Tina (PS0FG) [3383] Mm.
[3384] ... Oh god that was, that was [...] at er ... the flat.
[3385] Left on for a fortnight.
[3386] ... Oh and it was a cold day.
[3387] But it was in ... August or the end of September or someth er er the beginning of September ... and it was a chilly day but it was still summer.
[3388] ... It wasn't, you know, it wasn't terribly cold.
[3389] ... But we went home and I remember going in the room, I opened the door and ... oh it's lovely and warm in here!
[3390] So I stood by the door ... I wait till dad come in cos he was the last out ... and it was always my fault like, I would have left the fire on not him.
[3391] So I stood by the door and I never moved till he went in ... [laugh] oh he said ... But with a caravan I don't know.
[3392] Mm they're not very powerful grates are they?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3393] Dunno [...] ... Oh nan he says, get Mark
Tina (PS0FG) [3394] Is, is yours a [...] heater?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3395] Mm?
Tina (PS0FG) [3396] Is yours a a long and ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3397] Well you either put one bar on ... or the lot is on ... or it's very dim like this is low and you can't see it at all.
Tina (PS0FG) [3398] There's no heat from it.
[3399] You want something that gives heat
Josephine (PS0FF) [3400] There is heat.
[3401] But you can't see it.
Tina (PS0FG) [3402] Oh.
[3403] But you want to air them beds, you want to dry them beds.
[3404] ... I mean you've got to have heat there. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3405] Well Danny says get Mark and bung them in the bloody car and bring it home. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3406] [...] the best thing ... you want to stick it in the room and put a ... [...] heater [...] . ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3407] Well we could put it in the spare bedroom.
[3408] Put it up against the radiator.
Tina (PS0FG) [3409] Mm.
[3410] ... But if someone's going there next week, that's ... two beds, three beds.
[3411] ... You could put them in the sitting room.
[3412] ... And put the heater on there, put the fire on there. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3413] Mm.
[3414] ... Well I dunno. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3415] I do like this.
[3416] ... [...] ... I'm afraid I [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3417] You don't have to.
[3418] Have a drink and it disappears.
[3419] ... Oh I dunno [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3420] And there isn't the flavour in it that used to be. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3421] And this is Marks and Spencers?
Tina (PS0FG) [3422] Mm.
[3423] ... There's a ... you know they used to put ... I suppose vanilla essence or some of these ... no almond would it be?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3424] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [3425] I don't know.
[3426] ... There used to be a lot more taste on it though than there is on that one anyway.
[3427] ... Well if he's going down there tomorrow why can't he bring them back? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3428] Well I suppose he could. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3429] I have to say it would help him.
[3430] ... I suppose they're ... I suppose they're worrying him?
[3431] They want something done about it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3432] Well I wouldn't bloody [...] .
[3433] No way. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3434] That thing on top of that mattress, the thing that doesn't fit ... who's is that?
[3435] ... Oh theirs. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3436] Dunno.
[3437] Belongs to the caravan
Tina (PS0FG) [3438] Yeah.
[3439] Well that's what I mean, belongs to the caravan.
[3440] ... Why was it stuck on the bed? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3441] Because that is the mattress for the bed that folds away in the sitting room.
[3442] ... Right?
Tina (PS0FG) [3443] But it seems to me to be a foam thing.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3444] It is.
Tina (PS0FG) [3445] And it's covered in a, in a ... po polythene would you say?
[3446] ... Plastic ... or what it is covered?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3447] Cloth. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3448] Cos you couldn't put that by the fire. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3449] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [3450] It would melt.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3451] It's a cloth cover on it.
Tina (PS0FG) [3452] But I bet it's plastic inside it.
[3453] It's like these cushions isn't it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3454] It's foam.
[3455] Yes.
Tina (PS0FG) [3456] Foam.
[3457] But why was it so damp and cold here then? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3458] Because it's wet and it's damp.
Tina (PS0FG) [3459] Well plastic doesn't hold the damp.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3460] It isn't plastic, it's foam!
Tina (PS0FG) [3461] Well the foam, it doesn't
Josephine (PS0FF) [3462] Oh god, yes. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3463] Well you couldn't put them in the car could you?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3464] What?
Tina (PS0FG) [3465] The mattresses.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3466] Mm?
[3467] Well I've put the big one in but I know that the rest wouldn't go in.
Tina (PS0FG) [3468] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3469] But then the little bedroom wasn't so ... didn't seem so damp.
Tina (PS0FG) [3470] But you didn't try it did you, really?
[3471] ... In that caravan ... a caravan's a caravan, call it what you like ... but in that caravan that Mark is in ... there was that little ... room where the w hot water heater is
Josephine (PS0FF) [3472] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [3473] and there was a hole er on the floor over there with a grating on it that was ... you could see through to the ground.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3474] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [3475] Well if ... through the winter months ... when there's no fire in there, no nothing in there ... the damp is bound to be coming through there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3476] Fog gets in.
[3477] Course it does.
[3478] ... All caravans are like that.
[3479] ... But you've got to have those caravan, those vents because the van is so small and you've got gas supplied.
[3480] ... It's rules and regulations.
[3481] ... If you've got a gas fire in [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3482] It it means that they haven't been doing their duty in the winter then.
[3483] If they guarantee to put the mattresses all up ... in the dry ... they asked you to do yours ... or did they say they would do it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3484] They done it.
Tina (PS0FG) [3485] Well how's the damn thing on the bed then?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3486] Because they put it back there for these people ... that was coming in.
Tina (PS0FG) [3487] Oh.
[3488] ... They didn't seemingly. [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3489] We don't know.
[3490] ... Do we?
Tina (PS0FG) [3491] No.
[3492] Well there were no [...] there anyway.
[3493] So they say.
[3494] It's all hearsay.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3495] Well alright.
[3496] Perhaps the man was working part-time.
[3497] Perhaps he never noticed the [...] .
[3498] ... Perhaps the people were in the van ... and found the beds wet and said well we can't sleep here and they slept in the sit ... with the fire on.
[3499] ... I dunno.
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3500] It could have been.
[3501] [...] cos there was only two here.
Tina (PS0FG) [3502] [...] cold weather in any case.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3503] Eh?
Tina (PS0FG) [3504] It's cold weather in any case.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3505] That's right.
[3506] Shut the lights.
[3507] You don't know.
Tina (PS0FG) [3508] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3509] So you can't swear to that then.
Tina (PS0FG) [3510] No.
[3511] That, that they weren't there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3512] You can't, no.
[3513] And then again alright, the fire was condemned on the sixth.
[3514] Well those people were only there from Tuesday to Friday.
[3515] And the sixth was a Friday.
[3516] So it could have been condemned as they were going. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3517] Oh.
[3518] I don't know. [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3519] Neither have I.
[3520] That's why I [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3521] But er anyway if Danny's, if if Mark is there now ... he can bring one home today and then he can bring the others tomorrow.
[3522] Er it's only the two little ones.
[3523] If there are two little ones there. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3524] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [3525] If there are two little ones there.
[3526] If they're big enough for ... for Susan's two boys.
[3527] And and one for [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3528] Well their girls have gotta sleep in them.
Tina (PS0FG) [3529] Mm.
[3530] Er it's only one big one and two little ones.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3531] Well then you might as well push that little thing in as well mightn't you?
Tina (PS0FG) [3532] Oh yes.
[3533] ... And bring them home.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3534] But Mark won't be there when you take them back. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3535] Well he says he's going to the, he said he was going to the [...] on Friday and they would be ... finished by Friday.
[3536] And he was going to see that it was finished by Friday.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3537] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [3538] Well you could take them back on Friday.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3539] Mhm yeah, I could take them back Friday.
[3540] How am I gonna get them in the van? ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3541] What van?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3542] In, back into the caravan.
[3543] On me own.
Tina (PS0FG) [3544] Oh. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3545] It's a double mattress, a double bedded mattress.
[3546] I can't bloody lift that.
[3547] ... So the only thing that I would suggest is to
Tina (PS0FG) [3548] Well still Mark will be ... there.
[3549] Or he could come down with you on Saturday?
[3550] ... Or Sally maybe would be able to come down with you Saturday and help you? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3551] Unless we went over the same day that Susan went over.
[3552] And kept the mattresses till Susan goes.
[3553] ... But the understanding is ... that like Mark has got the caravan this week.
Tina (PS0FG) [3554] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3555] But if they had a booking to go into it, Mark's gotta get out. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3556] Oh well he could ring you up and you could take them back down but at least they would be dried.
[3557] ... Cos if anybody ... who could they come on if they caught cold and and
Josephine (PS0FF) [3558] Well I dunno.
Tina (PS0FG) [3559] You or him?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3560] I dunno.
[3561] ... It's like fighting a losing battle isn't it?
[3562] If someone else
Josephine (PS0FF) [3563] I wouldn't worry at all.
[3564] I wouldn't hesitate.
Tina (PS0FG) [3565] It's an embarrassment for people to come in and catch cold and think it's your mattresses that's done it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3566] Mm.
[3567] ... If those men were not working on the gas I would go over there now, and I'd switch the fire and I'd leave it on.
Tina (PS0FG) [3568] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3569] Yes.
Tina (PS0FG) [3570] The thing is old Mark is there to see to it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3571] Mark won't be there to see to it?
Tina (PS0FG) [3572] Why? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3573] Because ... how does M Mark know?
[3574] Mark right, he's got up this morning and he's gone to Tenby.
[3575] And he's gone to look around Tenby.
[3576] While he's gone those men have gone in there.
[3577] That's what I mean.
[3578] He can't be standing there watching the bloody thing all the time.
Tina (PS0FG) [3579] No.
[3580] But he could put a note on it.
[3581] Please leave this fire on.
[3582] Please do not touch this fire.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3583] Well they've got to haven't they?
[3584] To disconnect the gas.
Tina (PS0FG) [3585] Oh I thought it was water problems. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3586] Gas.
[3587] A gas water heater!
Tina (PS0FG) [3588] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3589] They've gotta disconnect the gas to get the water heater off the wall.
[3590] And fix it to the
Tina (PS0FG) [3591] Well Mark will be back there tonight and he can switch it on when he comes home.
[3592] Make it his responsibility.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3593] Oh you don't understand!
[3594] In the meantime ... the men have took the water heater off the wall.
[3595] They've put it from that wall, and they've stuck it on to this wall.
[3596] Oh let's connect it up ... see if it works.
[3597] Now in the meantime there's gas seeping through that fire there with no light.
Tina (PS0FG) [3598] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3599] So you've blown your caravan.
Tina (PS0FG) [3600] Well then again, there's Mark and Sally.
[3601] ... You could take the mattresses and put them in their caravan in the spare bedroom.
[3602] Is there a spare bedroom? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3603] Well no.
[3604] Cos Mark's going in one, Sally's going in the other. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3605] Oh bring them home then.
[3606] ... Bring them home and tell them that you're taking them home to air.
[3607] [...] ... [...] ... And I don't suppose, they're not wet ... you see.
[3608] It's different ... it's, they're damp ... it's different if there'd been a hole and the water was coming in.
[3609] They're not saturated.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3610] No.
Tina (PS0FG) [3611] It won't take them long.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3612] That's what I says.
[3613] If those men wasn't working there I wouldn't hesitate.
[3614] The fire would go on and I'd leave it on low
Tina (PS0FG) [3615] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3616] and the atmosphere would warm up ... right through the caravan.
Tina (PS0FG) [3617] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3618] But I'd hump them into the sitting room.
[3619] ... If those men came there on Tuesday
Tina (PS0FG) [3620] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3621] [sigh] and done their work ... and Mark rang me here and said, on Tuesday ... the caravan's great now, the fires are alright.
[3622] I'd go straight over there and switch the fires on. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3623] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3624] Well I'd even tell him to go down only he ain't got the keys. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3625] Cos they're not going to take an awful long time in a good hot room ... to dry. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3626] [...] the only thing again that I'm thinking of ... what if we gets them out of the caravan ... and we gets them into the car and we're getting them in and out here ... and then we gets them back into the car to take them back over and in to the caravan, what if we rip the bloody things?
Tina (PS0FG) [3627] Well if we rip them we rip them and I'll mend them.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3628] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3629] They are yours aren't they?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3630] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3631] Put a patch on them. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3632] Then she turned round and she said, I said to her those beds are soaking, I said.
[3633] There's nobody can sleep in those.
[3634] ... Yes, she said but er when I went down there to check after you'd gone, she said ... erm ... yours was erm ... the driest of them sort of thing.
Tina (PS0FG) [3635] Suppose they didn't bother with them.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3636] And I said
Tina (PS0FG) [3637] Didn't bother with them.
[3638] See they're alright. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3639] I said then ... well I said from the time now, I said ... there is nobody I said, can sleep on those mattresses.
[3640] No she said, it does take a while for caravans to dry out.
Tina (PS0FG) [3641] Well [...] say what you were saying [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3642] So in other words ... you don't go to the caravan.
[3643] [...] . Let it be their responsibility, they put them in there.
[3644] Well Mark's going in at his own risk, see?
Tina (PS0FG) [3645] They sold them to you complete. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3646] So?
Tina (PS0FG) [3647] So they're yours.
[3648] What's the good of a bed ... a bed without a mattress? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3649] I'm talking about the mattresses.
Tina (PS0FG) [3650] What are you talking about?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3651] The caravan! ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3652] Well I thought you was talking about mattresses airing in front of the fire.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3653] Well that subject's gone!
Tina (PS0FG) [3654] Oh well
Josephine (PS0FF) [3655] I'm saying ... that [...] Park, what the woman said that she went down to check the vans ... last summer
Tina (PS0FG) [3656] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3657] end of last summer.
Tina (PS0FG) [3658] [...] long time since then [...] . ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3659] And to see that the salt was there and the mattresses were up and that was great.
[3660] And she went down to check in the winter time and she said your van was really dry.
Tina (PS0FG) [3661] Oh.
[3662] Well it all depends how she checked.
[3663] [...] perhaps.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3664] Well then they then they went and put the mattresses back ... in their places.
[3665] ... Now the mattresses are soaking.
Tina (PS0FG) [3666] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3667] And I said there's nobody can go and sleep on those mattresses.
[3668] And she said well it does take a time for the vans to dry out.
Tina (PS0FG) [3669] Mm.
[3670] Not until the sun comes hot and heavy on it. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3671] So whoever goes there, to anybody's van, that's what they're getting. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3672] Oh well, I should take advantage now Mark is in, bring the damn things from there.
[3673] ... Then you can get him to help you take them back on Friday. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3674] I think we'd have to ring them up and let them know what we're doing. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3675] Well go in office and tell them.
[3676] ... You can talk ... personally better than on the phone.
[3677] ... Cos they are your mattresses aren't they?
[3678] ... When you take them back they're there for their inspection.
[3679] ... Unless you ... you ... take electric blanket down?
[3680] Put it on, oh ... You can't put that on a damp bed can you?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3681] Not really.
[3682] Don't think so.
[3683] Not ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3684] Well they are protected.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3685] What?
Tina (PS0FG) [3686] Er er electric blankets.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3687] Don't know.
Tina (PS0FG) [3688] They're built er pretty, pretty good that way I think.
[3689] ... I don't know what about the lags for the wall [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3690] And another thing, I didn't even look in Mark's room.
[3691] Was there pillows and blankets and quilts in his ... caravan?
[3692] ... I didn't look. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3693] [laugh] ... Well perhaps Sally had a hunt [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3694] Dunno.
[3695] ... Oh well [...] ... Well I dunno I think I'll go and wash me hair.
[3696] It's desperate for it.
Tina (PS0FG) [3697] I've gotta have a bath in the morning.
[3698] [...] tomorrow.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3699] Is it?
Tina (PS0FG) [3700] Well I'm not bound to, no.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3701] What?
Tina (PS0FG) [3702] Have a bath tomorrow. [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3703] [laughing] Well you can have one [] .
[3704] Good god, you can have one now if you want it.
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3705] I hope ... you know I'd er ... see he'll have to put the back seat of the car down into a van.
[3706] ... Shit I'm afraid in case those mattresses rip.
Tina (PS0FG) [3707] Mm?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3708] Because they're so thin.
Tina (PS0FG) [3709] Well [cough] I'll mend the buggers [laughing] for you [] .
[3710] ... And don't be afraid of a patch dear.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3711] It's not that I'm afraid of a patch. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3712] Are caravan sizes the same as everyday sizes?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3713] The beds, the big beds are.
[3714] The small beds aren't.
[3715] ... Well you can get erm two foot bunk beds nan.
Tina (PS0FG) [3716] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3717] But they're not spring mattresses.
Tina (PS0FG) [3718] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3719] Although what's on the bed is nice mattresses.

20 (Tape 027103)

Tina (PS0FG) [3720] Oh what's ... have you got his dinner?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3721] Yes.
Tina (PS0FG) [3722] Oh.
[3723] [laugh] Bloody cheek, do him the world of good to go without for a day or two. [laugh] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3724] He won't eat it.
Tina (PS0FG) [3725] Well that's it, he he [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3726] It's treating him like a kid of ... five or six year old isn't it?
[3727] He forgets that he
Josephine (PS0FF) [3728] Well the thing is he doesn't have a dinner every day of the week.
Tina (PS0FG) [3729] It won't hurt him.
[3730] Lots of people don't have one at all.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3731] And then he looks forward to the weekends and that. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3732] He had dinner yesterday before he went.
[3733] ... So that's his weekend dinner.
[3734] ... If he was in living in a flat by himself he wouldn't be having one at all.
[3735] ... Well I don't imagine, unless he went out for it.
[3736] ... Fish and chips at night is it, his dinner? [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3737] Look at the ruddy traffic.
Tina (PS0FG) [3738] Mm.
[3739] Oh [...] held up.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3740] Oh the lights have come higher up now.
Tina (PS0FG) [3741] Oh.
[3742] It's Sunday today.
[3743] There's more transport on the road I expect.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3744] The lights have been moved up the road.
Tina (PS0FG) [3745] Oh.
[3746] ... I don't like the glass in those windows.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3747] Where?
Tina (PS0FG) [3748] Coloured glass isn't it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3749] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [3750] Don't look right somehow.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3751] Still, net curtains on them.
Tina (PS0FG) [3752] Eh?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3753] When you've net curtains on them. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3754] There are four niggers in there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3755] Mm?
Tina (PS0FG) [3756] Four niggers in that [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [3757] Mm.
[3758] ... Oh [...] god.
[3759] ... Now I need the key [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [3760] Mm?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3761] Gonna need the key for this. ...

21 (Tape 027104)

Josephine (PS0FF) [3762] the west end of London. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3763] The east end I think.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3764] East end then.
Tina (PS0FG) [3765] Oh he's got a nice shirt on. [tv on loud]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3766] in a pub he was, got drunk and for a twenty pound bet shaved off all his hair.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [laugh]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3767] I still owe him the money.
[3768] But he is stupid cos he went hitchhiking once and left a day early to avoid traffic.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [laugh]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3769] [...] Here, do you know what I fancy?
[3770] I fancy an icecream.
[3771] She said well I'll go and get you one.
[3772] He said no, you know what your memory's like, you're bound to forget.
[3773] She said no I won't, what do you fancy?
[3774] He said well ... I fancy [laugh] vanilla and strawberry icecream with chocolate sauce, raspberry sauce, crushed nuts and a flake.
[3775] She said right, vanilla and strawberry icecream, chocolate sauce, crushed nuts.
[3776] [...] said right, I shall be back in five minutes.
[3777] Two hours later she come back with a ham sandwich.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [laugh]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3778] He said you silly cow!
[3779] You forgot the mustard.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3780] East end. [laugh] ... [tv on]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3781] [...] This week on handy hints we are talking fishing.
[3782] [...] I once went for a job as a fisherman.
[3783] The boss said Connolly you've got the job, you start on Monday.
[3784] I said that sounds alright, could I have a sub?
[3785] He said no you're on a fishing boat like everybody else.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [laugh]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [3786] Well one of the greatest qualities a fisherman can have is of course patience.
[3787] ... And you can spend the whole day without a bite.
[3788] As for me, I always take my packed lunch.
[3789] And pot noodles is one of my favourite dishes. [...]

22 (Tape 027201)

Josephine (PS0FF) [3790] No. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3791] I don't think ... that the pub is open ... the cafs aren't open ... the amusements aren't open.
Danny (PS0FH) [3792] The bar's open.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3793] No.
[3794] ... All locked up and in darkness. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [3795] [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3796] We went there, had a look. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [3797] Perhaps they'll open at night time. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3798] Dunno.
[3799] When he asked me when they opened.
[3800] I don't know I said.
[3801] ... And what time do they shut?
[3802] And I said I don't know but I said I shouldn't think it would be too late.
[3803] ... I dunno.
[3804] ... And er ...
Danny (PS0FH) [3805] Did he eat the dinner?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3806] Well I dunno.
[3807] I left it there and then ... went down the caravan.
[3808] ... When we come back he'd got the dishes all ready for me. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [3809] So you don't know if he ate it or not?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3810] [yawning] No [...] the dishes [] .
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3811] Mm?

23 (Tape 027202)

Josephine (PS0FF) [3812] She gave me a key.
Danny (PS0FH) [3813] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3814] She told me here's your keys now she said because you've lost a set.
Danny (PS0FH) [3815] You didn't tell her any different did you?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3816] Well why didn't you tell me [...] ?
Danny (PS0FH) [3817] I did tell you!
[3818] I told you yesterday.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3819] You told me they'd got a set of keys.
Danny (PS0FH) [3820] What's happened?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3821] So she give me a set of keys.
Danny (PS0FH) [3822] And?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3823] And erm ... I give them to Mark.
Danny (PS0FH) [3824] Aye.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3825] And I told him I want them back, don't take them to the office.
Danny (PS0FH) [3826] So ... what did they say about you keeping them on? ... [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3827] I went in there again and I told her that you'd rung and some ... Angela from sales ... Andrea, we haven't got an Andrea she said.
[3828] ... So she said somebody else it could have been.
[3829] I said I don't know I said.
Danny (PS0FH) [3830] Angela [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3831] No.
Danny (PS0FH) [3832] I don't know. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3833] But erm ... she said ... she has said that we could do this and she said that's fine, she said.
[3834] As long as you don't ... as long as you don't put erm anything too near it.
Danny (PS0FH) [3835] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3836] And I said Mark's here so that he can switch it ... switch it off at nights.
[3837] So anyway while I was there ... Darren came in.
[3838] Is everything alright?
[3839] He said.
[3840] Are all the jobs done?
[3841] ... And I said well look I said, I've got to come ... because I said there's no way anybody ... I said I wouldn't do it myself, I wouldn't put anybody in those beds.
[3842] ... I said something's got to be done and it won't wait.
[3843] And I said I'm going to leave the fire on ... and er Mark's here and he'll switch it off at night.
[3844] That's alright she said.
[3845] Let's see she said,th when's the first ... when's your first booking?
[3846] Not until, I think she said April twenty first. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [3847] Yeah that comes under the [...] bookings.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3848] That's our first booking, paid booking.
[3849] ... Nothing about these ones that's already been in.
Danny (PS0FH) [3850] [...] We're there
Josephine (PS0FF) [3851] Susan is there ... she said the twenty first and I [...] on the twenty first.
[3852] But she wouldn't be on their books like that would it?
Danny (PS0FH) [3853] Well she'd be on a form, yes.
[3854] ... [...] ... That's the twenty first of March.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3855] Yes.
[3856] Well perhaps she was talking about Sue then.
[3857] I don't know.
[3858] I didn't really stop to find out.
[3859] And er ... she said that'll be alright.
[3860] And Mark's there, I said he'll switch it off at night.
[3861] Fine she said, as long as there's nothing left too near the fire.
[3862] ... So I took the envelope off those tickets and I tore that up and wrote down and I stuck it in the ... water heater that the sitting room fire may be on, please check.
[3863] I put another one then on the draining board.
[3864] Cos if they're going to fix it round the sink, he doesn't know where they're gonna put it.
[3865] You know, while I was there Darren came in.
[3866] And he said er have all the jobs been done yet?
[3867] And I said well no I said there's some water I said.
[3868] Mark's on holiday this week I said.
[3869] [...] they've put him in another.
[3870] ... Oh that's right he said.
[3871] I heard something about this he said, er ... I was on holidays ... all last week he said but erm ... it's bloody lies cos I saw him last week.
[3872] ... And he said erm ... yeah he said cos we've gotta pay this he said because it's all in the guarantee.
[3873] ... In the warranty.
[3874] ... And he came in and I said and the mirror on the dressing table isn't done.
[3875] ... You know and ... that's gone and I said feel these beds I said.
[3876] They're soaking wet.
[3877] And he felt them and he said they are a bit he said.
[3878] So I said well I ... Danny rang this morning and he got permission to put the fire on ... and put them, I'm going to move them all into the ... front ... and erm to air them up.
[3879] And I said there's no way anybody can sleep in there.
[3880] That's alright he said.
[3881] And he checked and then he went ... So I took the bags off the pillows in case they were sweating in the bags and I put them out on the seats.
[3882] I put the quilts all out on the seats.
[3883] ... And [...] .
[3884] ... Because there's eight ... there's er ... [...] seven, there's eight pillows then and
Danny (PS0FH) [3885] He's done nothing.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3886] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [3887] He [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [...] ...
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3888] Mm?
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3889] The girl in the coun the girl behind the counter, the little tiny one.
[3890] Small and
Danny (PS0FH) [3891] She's still there?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3892] tiny.
[3893] Yes.
[3894] She said how's Danny then?
[3895] And I said oh he's at home I said [...] this week I said and that oh and she said ... well tell him to get over here and we'll sort him out.
[3896] I said eh ... I said when Danny comes in he'll sort you out.
[3897] And she laughed about it.
[3898] ... Darren said you know the girls in the ... were saying that you weren't well, how was you and ... [...] one of these days.
[3899] I don't know what this is all for.
Danny (PS0FH) [3900] Well they th th the kids were there but [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3901] And he said will you be there?
[3902] And I said well I don't know.
Danny (PS0FH) [3903] You should have said yes, we're gonna try to.
[3904] That's why I got the tickets.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3905] It depends now how er ... mm I don't know.
[3906] ... [...] tea? ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3907] [...] he enjoyed it for forty years.
[3908] ... [...] two thousand five hundred pounds.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3909] Oh.
[3910] He made a mistake. [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [3911] [laugh] You know, if there's nothing like the [...] last week then ... Did you have your tea Danny?
Danny (PS0FH) [3912] I had one piece of butter and jam.
[3913] I can't take them tablets till I've eaten something.
Tina (PS0FG) [3914] Oh.
[3915] ... No empty stomachs.
Danny (PS0FH) [3916] No.
[3917] So
Josephine (PS0FF) [3918] Terrible.
Danny (PS0FH) [3919] that was at four o'clock, I had to take a tablet. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3920] Mm. [yawn]
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3921] Well Mark is quite contented where he is. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [3922] Sally said the caravan he's in is a lot better than mine.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3923] Ooh it's out of this world.
[3924] I mean you can't compare it can you?
[3925] ... And the bedrooms!
[3926] ... You can't compare it, it's the rolls royce of caravans.
[3927] That's, that Darren said oh aye, he's the one, he's in the maroon one he said.
[3928] He's in the rolls royce.
[3929] Top of the range he said.
[3930] ... Beautiful thing.
[3931] Good god there's a mirror in the sitting room as big as that wall.
[3932] ... You'll see it when you go over there.
[3933] Beautiful thing. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [3934] Yes, [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3935] And I said I've bought a box of matches for him to go down and light this fire ... thinking you know he might need two or three matches at a time.
[3936] ... But er ... well I gave him a box of matches to go with him and I thought oh well ... he'll have plenty of matches then.
[3937] And I took them in, he says ... what do you buy them for?
[3938] He said.
[3939] I've got loads of matches.
[3940] In this caravan everything's electronic.
[3941] ... Fridge, light switches ooh ... beautiful thing it is.
[3942] ... Ten times the price of ours I expect. ... [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [3943] A caravan is a caravan after all, isn't it? ...
Danny (PS0FH) [3944] But for what we want it for ... ours is good enough.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3945] Good enough.
[3946] That's what I'm saying perhaps ... they must let it out though.
Danny (PS0FH) [3947] If we were having
Josephine (PS0FF) [3948] Why's Malcolm got it?
Danny (PS0FH) [3949] if we were having a caravan like that, I'd be too frightened to let it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3950] I wouldn't.
[3951] I wouldn't
Danny (PS0FH) [3952] Well there we are.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3953] let it.
Danny (PS0FH) [3954] There we are.
[3955] I couldn't afford to pay for it then could I?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3956] No.
[3957] ... He's right up by the wishing wheel ... well ... or whatever it is.
[3958] ... You know this reproduction furniture?
[3959] ... And the little lead windows?
[3960] ... That's got it all inside it.
[3961] ... And the shower hasn't got a curtain it's got a big black door. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [3962] [...] is it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [3963] No.
Danny (PS0FH) [3964] [...] the shower is.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3965] [...] ... Quite a few people there today.
[3966] Whether it was the fine weather bringing them out or ... [...] yesterday.
Danny (PS0FH) [3967] Lot of owners where down checking it see.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3968] Eh?
Danny (PS0FH) [3969] Lot of owners were down ... checking them.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3970] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3971] They were [...] .
[3972] You could see the mattresses all under the sheet.
[3973] ... And they were cleaning the windows and ... washing the box [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [3974] I would do that next year.
[3975] ... Mm?
Danny (PS0FH) [3976] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3977] I'd do that next year.
[3978] ... We never saw that old girl trudging round today. [laugh] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3979] The [...] life of a caravan isn't long is it?
Danny (PS0FH) [3980] Not [...] we've got.
[3981] When we bought it he told me I'd have at least ten years because the make of it is ... it's a good make.
[3982] And the make has got a lot to do with it.
Tina (PS0FG) [3983] Oh. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3984] And what is the make of it? ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3985] Doesn't know why you let it like you do.
[3986] You'll get kids in it running and jumping and wrestling about. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [3987] And this woman said that she stated no animals.
[3988] But she said they tell you that and she said they tell you, it's on computer she said, but animals do go in the vans.
Danny (PS0FH) [3989] Well I can tell you one thing, animals will not go into ours.
[3990] And I tell you she's got a different contract with me altogether.
[3991] You read our contract didn't you, last night?
[3992] ... It's there in black and white.
Josephine (PS0FF) [3993] Mm I know, that's what she said.
[3994] I don't how she knows.
Danny (PS0FH) [3995] If I, if if I found out there was animals in our caravan, I'd take them to town. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [3996] But how do you know if you're not there every second?
Danny (PS0FH) [3997] You ... you for one, like her, when you went to the caravan, you'd smell it like that.
Tina (PS0FG) [3998] Oh I [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [3999] But you'd smell it wouldn't you?
Tina (PS0FG) [4000] Mm. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4001] And they know this.
Tina (PS0FG) [4002] Cos there are dogs there, great big ones.
Danny (PS0FH) [4003] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [4004] Mm big white ones.
Danny (PS0FH) [4005] That [...] ... that man yesterday, he paid six thousand pound for his caravan.
[4006] He s he said that on the tape.
Tina (PS0FG) [4007] Mhm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4008] I listened to the tape with her last night.
[4009] He paid six thousand pound.
[4010] We paid fourteen thousand seven hundred for ours.
Tina (PS0FG) [4011] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4012] He hasn't got, ours is a gold golden olympic.
[4013] He's not having the rent we're having.
Tina (PS0FG) [4014] No.
Danny (PS0FH) [4015] He's got a [...] .
[4016] He hasn't got a brand new caravan.
[4017] ... But he nearly gave six thousand pound for it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4018] That's what they said though.
Danny (PS0FH) [4019] Yeah I know.
[4020] I know they said it.
[4021] I heard them.
[4022] But a new caravan starts from eleven thousand eight hundred.
[4023] That's the price of a new one.
Tina (PS0FG) [4024] I know they're as good as a house almost.
Danny (PS0FH) [4025] Well he said on that tape, I gave them a fat cheque of six thousand pounds.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4026] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4027] Well that isn't bloody ... half of what we paid.
[4028] ... Yeah I'm paying for mine monthly, but I won't disturb fourteen thousand seven hundred.
Tina (PS0FG) [4029] Perhaps perhaps he's got a ... an agreement.
[4030] Like perhaps he bought the ground and the caravan, and then they had an agreement that er ... Stone Park would er ... b you know let it, be responsible for when they let it or something.
Danny (PS0FH) [4031] Yeah.
[4032] See ... there's different contracts altogether there.
Tina (PS0FG) [4033] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4034] I mean he ... she was going on that tape about she had to replace some things.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4035] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4036] She had ... well I've got nothing like that.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4037] No.
Danny (PS0FH) [4038] If something is gone ... they replace it.
[4039] ... That's part of the contract.
Tina (PS0FG) [4040] Well everything had gone on the [...] one.
Danny (PS0FH) [4041] Well
Tina (PS0FG) [4042] Dishes and ... furniture and
Josephine (PS0FF) [4043] Pillows.
Tina (PS0FG) [4044] everything was ripped out or destroyed.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4045] Pillows.
Danny (PS0FH) [4046] Well
Josephine (PS0FF) [4047] She had to pay for eight pillows.
Danny (PS0FH) [4048] Mm.
[4049] We've had no bills like that.
[4050] We were asked if we wanted to do the chassis.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4051] And ... she was so toffee-nosed as if they said [...] the curtains.
[4052] Oh yes I'll have them c gotta have them done.
Tina (PS0FG) [4053] And and probably said they'd maintain the thing for her ... at a price.
Danny (PS0FH) [4054] Well at a price yeah.
[4055] I mean ... they don't do nothing for nothing.
Tina (PS0FG) [4056] No of course not.
[4057] They're out to get money, aren't they?
[4058] ... It's their living.
Danny (PS0FH) [4059] But when we had these things through for the chassis and the cleaning of the caravan, it was all optional.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4060] If I, if you wanted to go down there and scrub the van out, you go and scrub it out.
Tina (PS0FG) [4061] You go and do it.
Danny (PS0FH) [4062] And it saves
Josephine (PS0FF) [4063] And I will next year.
Danny (PS0FH) [4064] it saves thirty five pounds.
Tina (PS0FG) [4065] Mm. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4066] But for that thirty five pounds ... the carpets are shampooed, the seats are shampooed, the lot. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4067] Were they in today?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4068] What?
Tina (PS0FG) [4069] The men? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4070] Darren was there.
Tina (PS0FG) [4071] Oh he was the only one.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4072] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [4073] Cos there was two
Josephine (PS0FF) [4074] He come to see
Tina (PS0FG) [4075] two workmen went by.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4076] Yeah, further down.
[4077] I even went, I was dying to go to the toilet ... so I thought oh I'll go down to the big er ... and I had no toilet paper ... so I'll go down to the big toilets and shower rooms.
[4078] They're all locked.
Tina (PS0FG) [4079] Everything's locked up there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4080] Everything's locked there.
Danny (PS0FH) [4081] There's toilet paper in the caravan.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4082] No.
[4083] ... Not even the holder it was on.
[4084] Gone. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4085] Well when Roger and Mark was there, there was a toilet roll there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4086] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [4087] Yeah well er Mark took a couple with him but course they're in the caravan with him.
Danny (PS0FH) [4088] No.
[4089] ... No.
[4090] ... He took them from here.
[4091] When they went down to do the chassis
Josephine (PS0FF) [4092] Yeah, they took one
Danny (PS0FH) [4093] there was a toi
Josephine (PS0FF) [4094] in case they needed the toilet.
Danny (PS0FH) [4095] there was a toilet roll in there then.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4096] Well it's gone.
[4097] And the cardboard roll off it. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4098] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4099] I wonder who's got that grocery store? ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4100] Oh when I was over there last
Josephine (PS0FF) [4101] It goes out to tender I expect.
Danny (PS0FH) [4102] when I was over there last they were, there was four trucks r loading that supermarket up. [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4103] Mm.
[4104] Long lease I expect.
Danny (PS0FH) [4105] Four lorry loads of stuff there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4106] Yes, it's could be like Thomas [...] shop.
[4107] He has it for so long.
Danny (PS0FH) [4108] Oh I don't know.
Tina (PS0FG) [4109] Mm.
[4110] Three or four years perhaps at a time.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4111] Mm.
[4112] And then you've gotta go.
[4113] You've gotta put in tenders for it then.
[4114] ... Cos they must make a bomb though. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4115] Unless Stone Park has got it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4116] Cos a lot of stuff isn't in. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4117] They could be put a manager in and ... [...] the benefits.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4118] I suppose they would.
[4119] Mm.
[4120] Perhaps they do.
[4121] ... And then there's staff there to run it.
[4122] ... I dunno.
[4123] ... Well the man with the bike, that's his business.
[4124] And the ma and the people then with clothes last year, who were they now?
[4125] ... To the shop? ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4126] [clears throat] ... Was M was Mark's caravan warm?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4127] Well he didn't have a fire on, nothing.
[4128] He was just lying there watching telly and reading the paper and
Danny (PS0FH) [4129] Did he have a paper?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4130] Mm. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4131] Should have brought it back, did you?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4132] No.
[4133] He bought the Saturday one that's got the week [...] part in it.
Danny (PS0FH) [4134] Why didn't he come over and fetch the car then?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4135] Because he said there's no point, I don't want it.
Danny (PS0FH) [4136] Well I've got to take his over now, he'll have to bring me back.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4137] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [4138] What I was going to tell him, if he was to come over, take my car there ... when I'd have taken this car over, I would have had a car to come back.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4139] Well that's what he said.
[4140] ... He said you'd better keep the car there in case his won't be ready or something.
Danny (PS0FH) [4141] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4142] Lot of kids about though. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4143] In another couple of weeks [...] spring then. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4144] Would if the weather would take up.
[4145] ... But still they book regardless of weather don't they?
Danny (PS0FH) [4146] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4147] Mm. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4148] That's the night for my birthday.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4149] All the machines and everything are switched off in there.
Danny (PS0FH) [4150] Yeah but you see ... on the, oh I don't know what date it is ... sixteenth tomorrow ... on the eighteenth erm ... eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth ... they have Freddie and the Dreamers there. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4151] Well that's Wednesday.
Danny (PS0FH) [4152] Yeah.
[4153] So they must be open at nights to practise.
[4154] [...] ... [...] Mark is there.
[4155] Mark ... Mark is going to it.
[4156] ... That George Roper's there the week after.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4157] Will Sally be able to go with him?
Danny (PS0FH) [4158] Course she will.
[4159] She's got a member's ticket.
[4160] She's a bloody erm member's ticket just like Mark has got.
[4161] Don't cost her anything.
[4162] But on that one, there's no children allowed in there.
[4163] ... It's adult only.
[4164] ... And there's a buffet with it.
[4165] A free buffet. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4166] Well now, do they run a show ... and that racket's going on in the entertainment club at the same time?
Danny (PS0FH) [4167] Oh you can't hear it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4168] The show is up in the other rooms.
[4169] Huge big rooms up there.
Danny (PS0FH) [4170] In the [...] room.
[4171] It holds sixteen hundred and fifty people.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4172] We didn't go up there.
Tina (PS0FG) [4173] Mm.
[4174] Well it must be one heck of a me er noises.
Danny (PS0FH) [4175] You can't hear a thing in there.
Tina (PS0FG) [4176] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4177] No.
[4178] We
Josephine (PS0FF) [4179] And there's a big dance hall there.
[4180] ... We didn't go into them because they were all closed up.
Danny (PS0FH) [4181] Do you remember that George and Mildred used to be on telly in comedy?
Tina (PS0FG) [4182] Oh yes.
[4183] Oh I remember Mildred.
Danny (PS0FH) [4184] Well George
Josephine (PS0FF) [4185] Yeah well George's the drippy one. [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [4186] She, she she's dead now er
Tina (PS0FG) [4187] Mm.
[4188] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4189] Mildred.
[4190] Well George Roper is there ... on the twenty eighth of March.
Tina (PS0FG) [4191] Oh is that his name?
Danny (PS0FH) [4192] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [4193] George Roper.
Danny (PS0FH) [4194] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4195] George and Mildred.
Tina (PS0FG) [4196] She was funny.
[4197] She was good. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4198] He's there on the twenty eighth of March. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4199] Well what does he do then?
Danny (PS0FH) [4200] He's a comedian.
[4201] ... Well you know, bit of acting, comedian.
[4202] Featuring stars cabaret George Roper and a full supporting programme. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4203] I think that'll be very old.
Danny (PS0FH) [4204] Well he's fifties.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4205] Gonna say I don't think he could go on his own, go down on his own [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [4206] Well [...] .
[4207] I mean they've got the comedians there er next week ... for four nights.
[4208] The ones that are on television.
[4209] A string of comedians saying jokes one after the other.
[4210] ... Though this year
Tina (PS0FG) [4211] Well I I never thought much of George Roper.
[4212] I I ... he was nothing without Mildred.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4213] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4214] Well he [...] like Harry Worth weren't he?
[4215] It's er ... the way he says things.
[4216] He could make you laugh by looking at him.
[4217] ... I mean he is a comedian. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4218] I thought she was the bottom of it all.
[4219] It was she that kept the thing going.
Danny (PS0FH) [4220] Well no cos ... the show was based on that er Spencer, what was his name?
Tina (PS0FG) [4221] Frank Spencer?
Danny (PS0FH) [4222] Frank Spencer and Betty thing.
[4223] This show was based on the same thing.
[4224] He was a s ... she was the one that's alright and he was the stupid one.
[4225] Like Frank Spencer used to do stupid things.
[4226] Now that George used to have a bloody motorbike and a sidecar.
[4227] The sidecar would go that way, motorbike would go that way.
[4228] You know, stupid things. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4229] Long time ago Danny.
[4230] I don't remember much about these things.
Danny (PS0FH) [4231] I I remember that show.
[4232] Never used to miss them. [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4233] Reg On the Buses was like that as well.
Tina (PS0FG) [4234] Oh no I didn't like that.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4235] His sister and her husband, forget her name.
[4236] Arthur was the husband.
[4237] ... Mm.
[4238] Oh there we are. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4239] Oh dear.
[4240] ... Ring Sally now then, cos she wants to put [...] in the bath with her.
Tina (PS0FG) [4241] [laugh] Well does she go in in the morning?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4242] [...] No I dunno ... Sally works on a Monday.
Tina (PS0FG) [4243] Oh.
Danny (PS0FH) [4244] Oh aye yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [4245] So I dunno.
Danny (PS0FH) [4246] Eight o'clock I think she said last night.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4247] Finishing at eight?
Danny (PS0FH) [4248] She's going in about eight.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4249] Oh.
Danny (PS0FH) [4250] Oh I don't know.
[4251] She'll tell you. ...

24 (Tape 027203)

Josephine (PS0FF) [4252] That's alright then.
[4253] ... But I really should have looked at me plants.
Tina (PS0FG) [4254] Mm?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4255] I should have looked at me plants today. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4256] Anyway our Darren came in, [...] and I'm gonna forget ... Darren came to the caravan and I was telling him about these wet sheets and beds and ... the mirrors done and what I was doing there and ... Oh he said and about the mattress he said ... and I said to him mattress, it's still the same mattress.
[4257] Yes he said, I've gotta wait he said.
[4258] I'll be putting a new mattress in ... er I'll be putting another mattress in.
[4259] And he said I've got to put [...] after dark [...] .
[4260] What do you mean after dark?
[4261] I said.
[4262] ... He turned round well I've got to move about discreetly he said.
[4263] ... And I said erm [...] you talking about then?
[4264] And he said oh I've been taking it out of one of our own caravans, our own caravans he said.
[4265] ... [...] new one.
[4266] Oh there we are though he said, I don't want [...] .
[4267] ... He said to me ... have you got it on tape?
[4268] I said no, no I haven't.
[4269] No.
[4270] And that's when he said ... [...] he said I'll be going up one night when it's dark [...] he said.
[4271] I'll take it out of one of our vans.
[4272] [...] ... So I said what do you want me to do then, leave this mattress on the bed?
[4273] And you'll be taking it?
[4274] ... And I said or shall I ... it might not be done then I said so I'll have to air them.
[4275] Oh yeah [...] he said [...] .
[4276] That's what I'll be doing [...] .
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4277] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4278] The microwave because [...] ... the microchef
Danny (PS0FH) [...]

25 (Tape 027204)

Josephine (PS0FF) [4279] Mark ... I forgot to ask you what was in the caravans, the sleeping arrangement.
[4280] ... Is there sleeping bags there?
[4281] Is there ... quilts or what do you know?
[4282] ... So I said to her take Kirsty's sleeping bag.
[4283] Take your s ... and I said have you got a sleeping bag?
[4284] No.
[4285] ... I said well I gave Mark a sleeping bag and er ... two blankets ... and a couple of pillowcases.
[4286] There must be pillows, I'm sure of it.
[4287] ... And erm ... I said take Kirsty's sleeping bag ... and call in here for a sleeping bag ... and I'll give you a couple of blankets to go with it.
[4288] And I said I'll [...] .
[4289] ... So she said yes.
[4290] She wants to know do you want buy her [...] .
[4291] ... For a hundred and fifty pound. ... [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [4292] Why is she selling it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4293] No because er ... well she said [...] ...
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4294] Well I told her today, I said look Mark said there's no money.
[4295] Or I said ... [...] the money you don't spend [...] .
[4296] I said when you come home ... [...] trousers, what you want.
Mark (PS0FL) [4297] What did she say?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4298] [...] she said [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [4299] [...] small ones.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4300] Doesn't matter if they're long in the leg.
[4301] He'll have to try the trousers on [...] .
[4302] He'll have to try the shoes on.
[4303] ... But he said on Wednesday [...] and you'll pay in the money into the bank [...]

26 (Tape 027205)

Tina (PS0FG) [4304] Hannah was on.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4305] Oh god yes!
[4306] Missed that and er ... oh I forget where she went to.
Tina (PS0FG) [4307] Er Venezuela was it [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4308] No.
Tina (PS0FG) [4309] Erm where the ... leaning tower of Pisa
Josephine (PS0FF) [4310] Pisa. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4311] Nice, that's very nice [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4312] She don't go near a shop.
[4313] She don't spend no money now much.
Tina (PS0FG) [4314] Oh yes she does.
[4315] Oh yes she does.
[4316] I see, she went in the shop and she bought the bloody shop.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4317] Did she?
Tina (PS0FG) [4318] A jewellers shop.
[4319] And she bought a, a cameo ... brooch with a little ring on top that she could put a chain in as well.
[4320] You know, you can put the chain on it and
Josephine (PS0FF) [4321] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [4322] pin it on the brooch.
[4323] And she gave two thousand lira for it.
[4324] [...] much.
[4325] It was an awful lot [...] cost two thousand lira [...] .
[4326] She's going to ... next week she's going to the pope.
[4327] Going to Italy and a visit to the pope.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4328] Rome. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4329] Er Italy he said.
[4330] But I thought er Pisa was in Italy. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4331] Ooh.
[4332] ... Clare Rayner.
Tina (PS0FG) [4333] God I do hate her.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4334] Look, she's getting bigger.
Tina (PS0FG) [4335] Mm?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4336] She's getting bigger as years ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4337] [...] she talking about?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4338] Still born babies. ...

27 (Tape 027206)

Tina (PS0FG) [4339] What is all this?
[4340] I don't know.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4341] What have you got?
Tina (PS0FG) [4342] The news and, oh yes ... it's only a few minutes lovey.
[4343] ... Quarter past, no wait, quarter to six.
[4344] It's quarter to seven.
[4345] ... Has your clock stopped?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4346] Quarter to seven.
Tina (PS0FG) [4347] So we've missed Highway? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4348] We've missed the bloody lot.
Tina (PS0FG) [4349] Well Hannah's only just been on a second ago.
[4350] ... And then the news. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4351] Mm? ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4352] Quarter to seven.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4353] Let's have a look what you've got.
Tina (PS0FG) [4354] Six forty five is quarter to seven isn't it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4355] Mhm.
[4356] So it'll come on after this.
Tina (PS0FG) [4357] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4358] It's a documentary thing.
Tina (PS0FG) [4359] Yes, I suppose so.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4360] Ends, oh look ... [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4361] Oh [...] stupid old [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4362] Mm.
[4363] ... Ooh. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4364] Oh yes.
[4365] Where's [...] ?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4366] No I don't know.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4367] I dunno. ... [whistling]

28 (Tape 027207)

Tina (PS0FG) [4368] [reading] has had to tear up its election coverage plans because tory ministers are scared to meet top industrialists [] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [4369] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [4370] Top industrialists, those are big business boys.
[4371] [reading] Chancellor Norman Lamont and treasury ministers were told ... er ... chancellor Norman Lamont and treasury ministers were to be grilled like labour spokesmen by a panel of businessmen ... and just one union leader [] .
[4372] But there was to be ... Norman Lamont and a tr and treasury ministers, three or four of them.
[4373] And there was to be the big industrialists, three or four of them.
[4374] Same as labour was done the other day.
[4375] ... But the tories
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4376] but the tories have scrapped agreed plans claiming the panel is not politically balanced. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4377] [reading] The B B C two programme is regularly pr presented by Peter Jay who's Panorama Special on the slump was controversially axed last week [] .
[4378] ... They're not willing to stand up ... see erm ... er what's it, Richard Dimbleby ... was it Richard ... or the other one?
[4379] ... Was [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4380] Jonathon.
[4381] Richard's dead. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4382] No the boy, the other boy.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4383] Jonathon, Dick
Tina (PS0FG) [4384] No.
[4385] What's his name?
[4386] ... The other boy.
[4387] There's two boys alive. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4388] David?
Tina (PS0FG) [4389] Mm.
[4390] ... I don't know one from the other ... by name.
[4391] But the one was at him yesterday and he, well he didn't know what to say next.
[4392] ... He did quiz him.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4393] That's David. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4394] Is it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4395] On a Sunday.
Tina (PS0FG) [4396] Well ... And, and er ... Lamont even said ... that er unemployment would get higher.
[4397] He even said so yesterday [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4398] Can't get no bloody higher can it?
Tina (PS0FG) [4399] Oh it could. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4400] Twenty two percent VAT if the tories get back. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4401] Mm.
[4402] ... [reading] Jobless er tory jobless figures were exposed yesterday as a fraud.
[4403] The official unemployment total of ... two ... two million six hundred ... and four thousand one hundred ... is more than a million short of the real figure ... because the tories have found ... thirty ways not to count jobless people [] . ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4404] That right?
Tina (PS0FG) [4405] They say unless you've been unemployed six months you're not unemployed.
[4406] You're looking for a job.
[4407] They don't call it unemployed.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4408] Well you can't go on the list for six weeks anyway.
Tina (PS0FG) [4409] Six months. [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4410] [...] six weeks, yeah. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4411] Well if you haven't been working for six months you are looking for a job, you are not unemployed.
[4412] They don't call that unemployment.
[4413] ... Course this is all ... voting [...] ... propaganda again.
[4414] ... I mean when is it ... it's a disgrace to the social service workers isn't it?
[4415] To make them wear uniform.
[4416] ... They're getting them like prison officers and policeman and ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4417] Well it's the same as anywhere else.
[4418] ... If you work in Marks and Spencers you wear er their uniform.
[4419] ... If you work in the hospital you wear their uniform. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4420] Yeah.
[4421] That's only to advertise the place though isn't it?
[4422] Marks and Spencers and ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4423] It isn't.
[4424] If you went into your Clarke's shoe shop they've all got the same clothes.
[4425] It's it makes it so easy that ... the staff, one can't dress any better than the other.
[4426] They're all equal. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4427] When you go to places like ... in the big stores ... the staff have all got the same type of apron er overall.
[4428] And that's for the customer, if it needs help they know who is who to go for advice.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4429] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [4430] That's all it is.
[4431] But when you've got people stood behind a desk and serving you and doing nothing but serving you as you come.
[4432] ... They'll be wanting bank clerks to have uniforms next.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4433] Good god bank clerks have been wearing uniforms for these last three four five years.
Tina (PS0FG) [4434] Oh I've never seen them.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4435] Well ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4436] Never seen that.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4437] Well they all have.
Tina (PS0FG) [4438] It's customary to go to work dressed in black or white or suits or
Josephine (PS0FF) [4439] Not at all.
[4440] It's navy blue with flowered blouse they've got.
Tina (PS0FG) [4441] I've never seen it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4442] Each bank's different.
[4443] Well they've had them for years.
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4444] Well in the Midland Bank and they were wearing them the last time you were there.
[4445] ... The electric board wears them.
[4446] The gas board wears them.
[4447] Woolworths wear them.
Tina (PS0FG) [4448] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4449] And so really it is no different, just that they are making a song about it.
[4450] ... But there's no need to go to that prices. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4451] [...] a name on.
[4452] ... You can have the firm's name and give them a brooch or something. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4453] Well they've got them anyway, haven't they?
Tina (PS0FG) [4454] But ... Val was on about it last summer.
[4455] They was talking about it then.
[4456] But she said that they had been so many months ... or when everybody else had a pay rise they only had a little bit.
[4457] And the extra that they should have had is going to pay for these uniforms.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4458] Oh. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4459] [...] didn't want the uniforms. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4460] Well a percentage is taken out of your money for them.
[4461] There's no doubt about that.
Tina (PS0FG) [4462] Mm.
[4463] ... Well that's what she was on about that, and and they was ... they were going
Josephine (PS0FF) [4464] Well everybody has got to do that.
Tina (PS0FG) [4465] to go on strike because of it. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4466] And really, it would be a good thing for Val.
Tina (PS0FG) [4467] Why?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4468] Well she's gotta pay so much for her bloody clothes.
Tina (PS0FG) [4469] She makes her own, a lot of them.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4470] She's still gotta buy the material. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4471] Well she would rather have her own than be dressed up like ... looking like rolled doll she said.
[4472] ... Cos they were all on about it.
[4473] [...] They were talking about going on strike over it, about it anyway.
[4474] ... Is it going to rain?
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4475] Mm.
[4476] Could have the odd little shower.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4477] No er tonight it's supposed to rain. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4478] [reading] David the chief economist of Nat West Bank expects output to rise by only point six percent this year.
[4479] A much lower rate than predicted by chancellor Norman Lamont ... on last week's budget.
[4480] Mr also believes interest and mortgage rates will remain high [] .
[4481] ... So if people reads this paper ... which is the, which of the papers are read the most?
[4482] Which is the most popular paper?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4483] The Mirror and The Sun.
[4484] ... And Today I think isn't it?
Tina (PS0FG) [4485] Well The Sun is conservative.
[4486] What's Today?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4487] Conservative. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4488] I don't know.
[4489] ... Well The Sun ... used to be a labour paper. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4490] Well didn't that er Rupert Murdoch take it over? [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4491] I don't know.
[4492] ... Rupert Murdoch?
[4493] And he's a conservative?
[4494] He's an Australian isn't he?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4495] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4496] Whatever ... I can't remember.
[4497] ... But I knew it before it was The Sun you see.
[4498] No, what do you call it?
[4499] Yes, The Sun.
[4500] It was the Daily Herald wasn't it?
[4501] When it came out first.
[4502] ... Ooh.
[4503] ... [reading] Senator Ted Kennedy revealed yesterday that he is to wed lawyer Victoria ... who's father is to stand trial over an alleged [...] fraud.
[4504] Kennedy sixty started dating the thirty eight year old divorced mother of two last June.
[4505] I love her and her children very much ... he said.
[4506] Victoria's father retired [] ... oh he's ... [reading] father's ... Victoria's father, retired judge Edmund denies fraud [] .
[4507] The Kennedy's are in ... trouble every corner aren't they? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4508] It's nothing to do with him.
Tina (PS0FG) [4509] No, but er I mean he's even marrying into trouble.
[4510] ... The whole of his family.
[4511] His father and all.
[4512] ... [reading] Remand prisoners at a top security jail used a thin mobile phone to make threatening calls to court witnesses it was revealed yesterday.
[4513] An astonished guard alerted Durham Jail chiefs when he heard a phone ringing in a cell.
[4514] A search revealed the battery operated handset hidden under a mattress.
[4515] Calls made from it were traced by police to the homes of witnesses due to give evidence in trials on Tyneside.
[4516] At least one case is understood to be involved in a murder charge.
[4517] A top level enquiry is underway into the racket.
[4518] Dubbed by prison wives the cellnet scandal after the cabinet mobile phones system.
[4519] Visitors are thoroughly searched before they are allowed in to the jail which houses two hundred remand prisoners, killers, I R A terrorists and rapists, and the investigation will examine whether a prison officer may have brought in the phone.
[4520] One senior officer said ... it would be extremely difficult to smuggle one in, security is so tight here on visits [] .
[4521] Oh well, there's always a lapse isn't there?
[4522] ... What time does this budget start today I wonder?
[4523] Not that we've
Josephine (PS0FF) [4524] What budget?
Tina (PS0FG) [4525] heard it all before.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4526] What budget?
Tina (PS0FG) [4527] This er, the labour giving their ... oh dear ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4528] Is Barnado's advertising?
Tina (PS0FG) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4529] Back again. [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4530] Oh there.
[4531] ... [reading] Make a credit card donation.
[4532] Or for more information about our work ring [...] [] . ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4533] Right let's go and empty the washing machine.
[4534] Put another load in.
Tina (PS0FG) [4535] It's not drying [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [4536] No I don't [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4537] Although the wind is rising apparently.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4538] Mm.
[4539] [...] ... It's Des O'Connor tonight.
Tina (PS0FG) [4540] Oh god.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4541] So that's something to look forward to. ... [laugh]

29 (Tape 027208)

Danny (PS0FH) [4542] They were in a meeting.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4543] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [4544] All of them, all of them
Josephine (PS0FF) [4545] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [4546] except for one [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4547] The little one?
Danny (PS0FH) [4548] Aye.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4549] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [4550] Oh I said I wanna [...] .
[4551] I said I've got a tape here.
[4552] I said I'm sure he'll want to listen to this?
[4553] ... And she said what do you mean?
[4554] I thought you were gonna go and tell him ... that he'd better see me today.
[4555] I, I've got a tape here and I'm sure he's gonna be interested in this.
[4556] Or I'm taking my caravan off here right now.
Tina (PS0FG) [4557] Oh yes.
[4558] Get a forklift and put it in the bloody garden see.
Danny (PS0FH) [4559] So she said well you can't do that.
[4560] I said I bloody can do that.
[4561] That is my caravan, not yours.
[4562] ... I said I can do it.
[4563] And I will do it if that man's not gonna see me.
[4564] ... So with that ... call it coincidence, call it what you like ... but one of these low-loaders come in ... to pick up a caravan or something like.
[4565] And I said there you are, he's there waiting to pick my caravan up.
[4566] He was empty you see.
[4567] [...] I don't know who he was.
[4568] ... And she said wait here Mr and in she goes in to this bloody meeting ... and out he came.
[4569] And he said I'm sorry Mr but you haven't got an appointment.
[4570] I said do you want me to have an appointment, do you want to listen to this tape?
[4571] Or do you want me to take my caravan off here?
[4572] ... He said why?
[4573] I said because I feel I'm being [...] .
[4574] I said I'm not getting a fair square deal here.
[4575] I said and not only I think that, other people on the site think so.
[4576] ... He asked me if I could wait five minutes.
[4577] ... [...] when I'm in there.
[4578] And Darren was on a day off and he's been [...] .
[4579] And Darren come in [...] spoke to me and he says ... oh I [...] Danny.
[4580] I said no you bloody won't.
[4581] You'll get in that office with me.
[4582] [...] I said I want him in there.
[4583] He sold me the caravan.
[4584] And I went in there.
[4585] I says now ... have you had any visitors from ... [...] a couple of nights in my caravan.
[4586] No he said.
[4587] ... I said I think somebody's saying some untruth to me.
[4588] ... I said because I've got a tape here ... and there's a couple [...] who'll go to court if necessary.
[4589] And I said is my caravan being cleaned weekly ... as people go out if they've got it for a fortnight fortnightly.
[4590] Yes he said.
[4591] I said well you play that [...] I said cos I've played it back.
[4592] And out he goes and gets this woman and in she comes with a chart ... with a woman's name ... the job number, that done it week by week or fortnight, whatever it does.
[4593] And that is all there and signed that she done the caravan.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4594] It's her signature.
Danny (PS0FH) [4595] Her signature.
[4596] That the caravan is cleaned.
[4597] It's got to be he says.
[4598] He said because people [...] leave their dirty things and beds and all this kind of thing.
[4599] He said we cannot allow that.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4600] Well you can understand that.
Tina (PS0FG) [4601] Yes, well he knows from experience.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4602] Yes.
Danny (PS0FH) [4603] He said we can't allow people [...] .
[4604] He said if something like this got out, he said, we'd be out of business.
[4605] He said and do you know that we're a multi- million pound organization.
Tina (PS0FG) [4606] Of course, of course .
Josephine (PS0FF) [4607] Mm?
Danny (PS0FH) [4608] He said we're not [...] .
[4609] So I said well ... a couple approached my wife here on ... on Saturday.
[4610] I said and they're very happy and ninety nine percent of the people on this site are happy.
[4611] Solid like.
[4612] And I said I ... you tell me if I'm happy.
[4613] Cos you've gotta convince me now, this morning, or my caravan's going off here.
[4614] ... I said and before you start ... that the caravan can't go for four years, [...] ... [...] on this tape.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4615] Did he listen to it?
Danny (PS0FH) [4616] Oh yes.
[4617] [...] ... Bring that here.
[4618] [...] chicken or is it [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4619] It's chicken.
Mark (PS0FL) [4620] I don't want no chicken, I just want the chips. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4621] Do you want some lamb then?
Mark (PS0FL) [4622] No I just want some chips.
Danny (PS0FH) [4623] If you'd rather have the lamb I'll have chicken.
Mark (PS0FL) [4624] No no.
[4625] I just want some chips.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4626] Do you want tea?
Mark (PS0FL) [4627] I'll have coffee please.
Danny (PS0FH) [4628] Anyway he wants to [...] ask when this tape goes back, if he can have a copy of it.
[4629] ... He rung his managing director up ... there in front of me.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4630] Mm?
Danny (PS0FH) [4631] At ... Hemel Hempstead.
Tina (PS0FG) [4632] Hemel Hempstead?
Danny (PS0FH) [4633] Yeah.
[4634] ... And he said he'd got a very [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4635] Pizza?
Mark (PS0FL) [4636] Yeah, please.
Danny (PS0FH) [4637] serious [...] complaint that he'd just got.
[4638] That ... I'm in the office with him.
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [4639] [...] ... And er
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [4640] he [...] to the managing director that I was in the office with a very serious complaint.
[4641] And making accusations.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4642] And you were making accusations?
Danny (PS0FH) [4643] Yeah.
[4644] I was.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4645] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [4646] And he wanted to know what steps he could take.
Tina (PS0FG) [4647] Well Danny wanted to know if it was true. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4648] So they asked ... they wanted to know how, how we got the tape.
[4649] So I showed him that letter you had.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4650] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4651] And he asked me to a ask you to ... when they ra give the tape back ... if they could possibly supply a copy of it, of that tape ... to them.
[4652] In the meantime he's gotta write to these people.
[4653] They know the people.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4654] Mm?
Danny (PS0FH) [4655] To instruct them that their caravan must be taken off within twenty eight working days.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4656] They know the people who were talking?
Danny (PS0FH) [4657] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4658] I said they would.
[4659] Mm?
Danny (PS0FH) [4660] And the caravan must be taken off within twenty eight working days.
Mark (PS0FL) [4661] Well I think it was taken off this morning.
Danny (PS0FH) [4662] No, it's still there.
Mark (PS0FL) [4663] Cos I saw that er bloke in er [...] park landrover.
Tina (PS0FG) [4664] Oh you saw him that day didn't you?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4665] Well they're moving and hunting caravans all the time Mark.
[4666] They're on the roadways [...]
Danny (PS0FH) [4667] Yeah well he he said he said
Mark (PS0FL) [4668] No I'm talking about I saw, actually saw that guy who's in our caravan
Josephine (PS0FF) [4669] Oh yeah?
Mark (PS0FL) [4670] in a landrover ... with a [...] park bloke.
[4671] ... And all of a sudden three big juggernauts came into the camp and one of them was on the back of a truck.
[4672] They they they
Tina (PS0FG) [4673] Well er er sh
Mark (PS0FL) [4674] they took three off the site.
Tina (PS0FG) [4675] Did
Josephine (PS0FF) [4676] She said she couldn't take it off.
Danny (PS0FH) [4677] No, he
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [4678] Maybe it wasn't him then.
[4679] I just thought it looked like him.
Danny (PS0FH) [4680] He told me it was still there and that he'd been told he's got to write to them today ... and they've got to get it taken off within twenty eight days.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4681] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [4682] Cos she was trying to find a, a reason ... or an excuse ... to sue them for it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4683] She stated that.
Tina (PS0FG) [4684] Mm. [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4685] It's all on the thing.
[4686] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4687] And he said how can they do that?
[4688] Is it in the law?
[4689] They don't break the law.
[4690] They can't afford to break the law.
Tina (PS0FG) [4691] No well
Josephine (PS0FF) [4692] But you can understand that.
Tina (PS0FG) [4693] The thing is Danny is that they said they'd only bought the thing in July.
[4694] Well the, the, the camp is closed ...
Danny (PS0FH) [4695] Yes.
Tina (PS0FG) [4696] in, in
Josephine (PS0FF) [4697] In October, end of October.
Tina (PS0FG) [4698] so that was only er July to September
Josephine (PS0FF) [4699] Don't give them time for the
Tina (PS0FG) [4700] to October.
Danny (PS0FH) [4701] Yeah well what they bought
Danny (PS0FH) [4702] Hardly two months.
Danny (PS0FH) [4703] was an eight year old caravan they bought
Mark (PS0FL) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4704] Oh brand new.
Danny (PS0FH) [4705] No.
[4706] Eight year old.
[4707] ... Six thousand pound
Tina (PS0FG) [4708] Brand new she told us.
Danny (PS0FH) [4709] But it isn't, it's eight year old.
Tina (PS0FG) [4710] Brand new she told us.
Danny (PS0FH) [4711] That's why
Tina (PS0FG) [4712] Emphatically.
Danny (PS0FH) [4713] she had to supply the blankets and dishes and everything else.
Tina (PS0FG) [4714] Oh!
[4715] Coming round now aren't we?
[4716] ... That's what she told us, brand new.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4717] She's looking for batter.
Tina (PS0FG) [4718] Does it say that on your ... brand new?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4719] Said it didn't it.
Danny (PS0FH) [4720] No, he just said he paid six thousand pound ... on the tape, for the caravan.
[4721] Which was true.
Tina (PS0FG) [4722] Yeah.
[4723] Well does it say on the tape that it was brand new?
Danny (PS0FH) [4724] No.
Tina (PS0FG) [4725] Because they repeated that several times.
Danny (PS0FH) [4726] No, what she said was that we spent er no he said ... I gave a fat cheque for the caravan.
[4727] And then he said six thousand pounds.
[4728] And he said of course the site fees are in that.
[4729] First part of the year actually.
Tina (PS0FG) [4730] Yes.
[4731] Yes well even so, if they bought it say the middle of July, there's July to September to October.
[4732] Er they weren't in it three months.
[4733] They didn't have it until the camp closed.
[4734] Three months.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4735] They wouldn't have had it long enough to clear their own ground rent.
Tina (PS0FG) [4736] Expenses like [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4737] Well apart from the cleaning and all that and getting a bit of profit.
Danny (PS0FH) [4738] Well we bought ours in August ... and we had enough to clear the profit.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4739] Yes but it was already bookings from the year before weren't it?
Danny (PS0FH) [4740] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4741] It wasn't ours.
Mark (PS0FL) [4742] Plus the fact their bookings wouldn't be as much as yours if it's an eight year old caravan.
Danny (PS0FH) [4743] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4744] No. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4745] But you'd have thought by her that it was immaculate.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4746] It was a luxury thing, yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [4747] No.
[4748] It was eight year old.
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [4749] [laughing] Wonderful how you [...] isn't it [] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4750] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [4751] This man ... this Mr wants to meet you, to apologize to you
Josephine (PS0FF)
Danny (PS0FH)
Josephine (PS0FF) [4752] Oh.
Danny (PS0FH) [4753] whatever.
[4754] For the ... discomfort, the upset that you went through ... with having to listen to her.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4755] While I was there Mr was the other side of the counter.
Tina (PS0FG) [4756] But we enjoyed ourselves didn't we?
[4757] We enjoyed it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4758] And he just dived into the bloody office.
Danny (PS0FH) [4759] When you were in the caravan.
Tina (PS0FG) [4760] No.
[4761] [...] this people.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4762] With the fire?
Tina (PS0FG) [4763] With the people.
Danny (PS0FH) [4764] With these people.
Tina (PS0FG) [4765] This man and woman.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4766] Yeah?
Danny (PS0FH) [4767] He wasn't there then was he?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4768] No.
[4769] Go on.
Danny (PS0FH) [4770] No.
[4771] Well that's what he wanted to apologize to you for.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4772] Yeah. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4773] Whereas it isn't his place to apologize is it?
Danny (PS0FH) [4774] No but he feels that
Tina (PS0FG) [4775] Guilty.
Danny (PS0FH) [4776] that you've been er
Tina (PS0FG) [4777] Put upon.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4778] Yes.
Danny (PS0FH) [4779] as he said stamped on, he said.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4780] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4781] Well it were unwarranted. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4782] But it was a bit of a surprise, strangers coming to the door.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4783] Well I couldn't believe it.
[4784] I wondered what the hell she wanted.
Danny (PS0FH) [4785] So he see he said ... she did come here.
[4786] I have spoken to her twice.
[4787] And explained everything to her.
[4788] And if she wanted to go in a silver olympic then ... I needed to explain to her that she must buy a silver olympic caravan ... to have the guaranteed bookings.
Tina (PS0FG) [4789] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4790] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [4791] Oh they hadn't got
Danny (PS0FH) [4792] No.
Tina (PS0FG) [4793] that was the difference then, they hadn't got
Josephine (PS0FF) [4794] She'd got a square one in the middle like.
Tina (PS0FG) [4795] Sh they hadn't got er guaranteed bookings?
[4796] It doesn't come under the same scheme.
Mark (PS0FL) [4797] Have you stirred this?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4798] Oh maybe not. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4799] [laugh] That's a new one.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4800] Oh mother!
[4801] Go on I'm busy.
[4802] [laugh] It would have been me pencil if I'd had a pencil in me hand.
[4803] [laugh] Sure they do the work anyway.
[4804] ... Was he annoyed cos I'd taped it?
Danny (PS0FH) [4805] No.
[4806] ... He was annoyed at the bloody woman letting me have [...] .
[4807] Buy by god he made that woman come in there.
[4808] Cos everybody in [...] Park is responsible for
Josephine (PS0FF) [4809] For their own.
Danny (PS0FH) [4810] for a section.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4811] Yeah.
Danny (PS0FH) [4812] Like Darren is responsible for sales.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4813] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4814] And that other one is responsible for the paperwork.
[4815] And that bloke is responsible for seeing that everything is put in place.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4816] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4817] And this woman is responsible for all the cleaning staff.
[4818] And you know that is one hundred and eighty people on the s cleaning staff in the season.
Tina (PS0FG) [4819] I dare say.
Danny (PS0FH) [4820] One hundred and eighty people.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4821] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [4822] [...] a couple of thousand more people there isn't there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4823] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [4824] To clean for.
Danny (PS0FH) [4825] And he said ... [...] he said ... they've got eight hundred caravan parks throughout the country.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4826] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4827] And this is the smallest, [...] park. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4828] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [4829] And he said I've been with them twenty nine years.
[4830] ... He said I started off with them when I left school.
[4831] And he's been there twenty nine years.
Tina (PS0FG) [4832] Was it a surprise to him Danny?
Danny (PS0FH) [4833] Yeah well he said he hasn't heard nothing like it before.
[4834] ... And he said he, they even mention my name, he said.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4835] Yeah.
[4836] ... That is the only name on the tape.
[4837] Cos she didn't tell us her name.
[4838] She didn't ask us our name.

30 (Tape 027301)

Josephine (PS0FF) [4839] Yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4840] yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4841] the kids can ring him tonight
Josephine (PS0FF) [4842] Ring you?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4843] Ah?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4844] Ring you
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4845] caravan ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4846] Oh well, he'll, he'll have to wait until the car to get a car
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4847] You win the caravan?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4848] mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4849] What date?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4850] Saturday
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4851] This Saturday coming?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4852] Yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4853] eh ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4854] I don't think I could remember cos I've got physiotherapy tomorrow at the hospital
Josephine (PS0FF) [4855] mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4856] mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4857] mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4858] right
Josephine (PS0FF) [4859] So when you having the car back do you think?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4860] Friday but they're not making a promise, but they said that last week
Josephine (PS0FF) [4861] Yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4862] and have it back Saturday and then they ring up two hours later saying it's another week and a half again
Josephine (PS0FF) [4863] Yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4864] rang this morning
Josephine (PS0FF) [4865] Yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [4866] and he said he was
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4867] yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4868] yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4869] yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4870] yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4871] mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4872] right, right
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4873] mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4874] Well it, and it feels nice and clean
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4875] no, it feels clean
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4876] don't matter, it just feels clean, I've had it short and shaped, have a good shape on it ... and do you know the next time you have it cut ... I don't know ... you want looking at, now the next time you go, go to the Darrow in Milford ... yeah ... because you're in problems and they know you need it ... because he'll give you a good shape on it ... and then you have it shaped once a month or once every three weeks or once a fortnight and keep it looking nice that way and it's four pounds, four ninety nine, four ninety, four seventy five ... yeah ... but just keep it nice and shaped ... and it won't look any different, there ain't nothing wrong with it ... mm ... mm ... mm ... no ... no ... right, right, right tra la

31 (Tape 027302)

Tina (PS0FG) [4877] And when she came, when her mother came then she was blonde
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4878] weren't she?
[4879] A real old blonde
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4880] I've only seen her once
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4881] the car do we?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4882] Yeah, that's one
Tina (PS0FG) [4883] Blonde
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4884] Ain't got a blonde hair in her bloody head, no it's all grey
Josephine (PS0FF) [4885] [laugh] ... Perhaps she'd like
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4886] then, like a vitamin A
Tina (PS0FG) [4887] What is vitamin A?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4888] No it's not
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4889] have they put her on a diet?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4890] Yeah
Tina (PS0FG) [4891] They've given her something and she, she had to put this stuff on her hair, had to take a trip to the hairdresser ... and he said to the hairdresser comb my hair first and then put this stuff on ... and wait for a fortnight and it did come a little lighter, but it wasn't much
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4892] well there you are she's been going to
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4893] oh don't tell me that
Tina (PS0FG) [4894] What?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4895] she is always going to the hairdresser and having her hair frizzed oh, oh god
Tina (PS0FG) [4896] No she doesn't
Josephine (PS0FF) [4897] oh
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4898] no she does not
Josephine (PS0FF) [4899] oh, she might peculiar hairdresser
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4900] she's got her hair cut and she put her heated thing on the bottom of it, rollers
Josephine (PS0FF) [4901] Well that's just the thing you do with it
Tina (PS0FG) [4902] Oh god no it's not
Josephine (PS0FF) [4903] that's nothing , burn your hair like that
Tina (PS0FG) [4904] that doesn't touch the roots,
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4905] You never
Tina (PS0FG) [4906] You never put the colour in her hair, nothing
Josephine (PS0FF) [4907] Oh she doesn't have to put colour in, she's had a go at it, I've seen her doing it herself
Tina (PS0FG) [4908] What?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4909] er hot tongs and all that proper caper
Tina (PS0FG) [4910] They're not heated , it's a heated roller
Josephine (PS0FF) [4911] yeah well it hasn't
Tina (PS0FG) [4912] it's not
Josephine (PS0FF) [4913] always been a heated roller
Tina (PS0FG) [4914] Yes it has ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4915] Thank god when you was up in Liverpool up there somewhere, and she was working in that factory, she was at it every day, I was
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4916] The doctor had been he's seen her and he told her it's a hormone deficiency, nothing to what she done to her hair ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4917] All she's supposed to do now is wait till it grow again
Josephine (PS0FF) [4918] If it grows, or she can lose the lot
Tina (PS0FG) [4919] I'll have to have a wig
Josephine (PS0FF) [4920] Eh?
Tina (PS0FG) [4921] Well she'll have to have a wig
Josephine (PS0FF) [4922] She said no, she said, he told her if she wanted to go to the expense of a wig, she could get a wig and she wear it when she went out, but when she comes in the house she must take it off, she must not wear that wig
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4923] only
Tina (PS0FG) [4924] It would
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4925] so I said as soon as you get your hair cut and shaved, then you're better off without your wig, leave it well alone, she said that's what I'm gonna do, that's what she's gonna do
Tina (PS0FG) [4926] Leave it alone
Josephine (PS0FF) [4927] she does wanna get a wig and cover it
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4928] doctor said she could if she wanted to
Tina (PS0FG) [4929] Yeah
Josephine (PS0FF) [4930] only wear it to go out
Tina (PS0FG) [4931] and that, and there's a possibility then, that her hair will grow again
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4932] said it looked alright, but to me she said it's terrible because it's so short, I've never had it this short in my life ... but he said it looked OK
Tina (PS0FG) [4933] Mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4934] she was going to fairly soon after the accident
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4935] West Hill development, two to three bedroom bungalow for her
Tina (PS0FG) [4936] Oh god ... it's good innit?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4937] perhaps he wanted to get in with her
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4938] West Hill development
Tina (PS0FG) [4939] And all that houses here are waiting to be sold and ... nobody seems to want, poor old house is getting
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4940] for waiting
Josephine (PS0FF) [4941] Oh ours is the poshest
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4942] They don't, once they're empty they don't take long till they sell it ... over there and there
Josephine (PS0FF) [4943] Its everywhere isn't it? ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4944] how are
Josephine (PS0FF) [4945] I would think the D H S S take over a bit but then they haven't got money all the time to find
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4946] go without, but at least they're having the money back aren't they?
Tina (PS0FG) [4947] Yes, and
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4948] not paying out for it all the time
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4949] put them into upstairs and downstairs flats
Josephine (PS0FF) [4950] mm
Tina (PS0FG) [4951] you'd
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4952] as quick as possible ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4953] Right, pushing you in?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4954] That board comes in
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4955] pushing you in, there you are
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4956] everything always
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4957] What, I don't but er [laugh] it isn't often you see often you see, there isn't a lot of long red books about ... well here's a good big one
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4958] No
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4959] innit?
Tina (PS0FG) [4960] Mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4961] Oh Mark said he saw those people going from there this morning.
Josephine (PS0FF) [4962] No he said he saw, said he saw them there again this morning
Tina (PS0FG) [4963] Oh
Josephine (PS0FF) [4964] but he said that
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4965] in a Landrover and he thought
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4966] had a van, but the spare room I told Danny that he's got to get off in a
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4967] he couldn't, it might not have been him cos I didn't think
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4968] no and we didn't see where they were, oh well
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4969] Yeah we'll do it on the way back
Tina (PS0FG) [4970] Oh, sure of the time.
[4971] I hope they can do it.
[4972] Oh you went to doctors will you
Josephine (PS0FF) [4973] Yeah , well look at the time and I said got
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4974] in here
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4975] Oh god, oh god, oh
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4976] that bloody dog last night I could've wrung his neck, mm I could've, he just didn't damn well stop ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4977] Eh?
Josephine (PS0FF) [4978] Oh he's
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [4979] Oh dear
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4980] Nothing at all is there one that does er painting?
Tina (PS0FG) [4981] Yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4982] no Easter
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4983] I don't know what painting's out, look at all these
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4984] but er, it's, it's a nice position
Josephine (PS0FF) [4985] I know, there's steps all the way up the front
Tina (PS0FG) [4986] Yeah
Josephine (PS0FF) [4987] go in
Tina (PS0FG) [4988] if you, if you
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4989] you know if you're young it's, it's good, it's a nice
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4990] I think that, every one of these in the area must be coming down
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4991] now you mind, my god, I didn't
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4992] he needs me ... a new home
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [4993] [yawn] oh dear I could rest
Tina (PS0FG) [4994] [laugh] ... Another shop opened here where the chip shop was ... ooh it is a chip shop
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [4995] Ah?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4996] Where are you going?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [4997] Well I will go
Josephine (PS0FF) [4998] Eh?
Tina (PS0FG) [4999] will go home, I want take me coat off before I
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5000] Why?
Tina (PS0FG) [5001] Because it will be one thing less to do
Josephine (PS0FF) [5002] Why do you
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5003] no wind, no nothing to disturb the atmosphere ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5004] Cold innit?
Tina (PS0FG) [5005] No it's not ... oh ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5006] What?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5007] Why?
Tina (PS0FG) [5008] Perhaps he don't know when he'll be coming
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...]

32 (Tape 027303)

Josephine (PS0FF) [5009] None of these are parking in you know when you pick the kids up from school
Tina (PS0FG) [5010] Getting the kids now?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5011] Mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5012] mm, mm ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5013] Did they have in the road this wide, when they could've had
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5014] a waste like that, it's a pure waste now
Josephine (PS0FF) [5015] Yeah,
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5016] and made the road up a bit wider all the way, room for passing
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ... [...] ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5017] The house going up next to the launderette
Josephine (PS0FF) [5018] Yeah
Tina (PS0FG) [5019] or is it extending onto the pub?
[5020] ... Funny innit?
[5021] Stupid idea
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5022] The height, with your bloody shoes on, cos I was gonna say I'm five foot and a half inch and I'm taller than you
Tina (PS0FG) [5023] Yeah
Josephine (PS0FF) [5024] and then I said oh look at the bloody heels you've got on [laugh] oh my god ... can't get in there ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5025] and er
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5026] you won't have time to make a row
Josephine (PS0FF) [5027] Eh?
Tina (PS0FG) [5028] There won't be time to make a row ... who, oh, what a minute, erm ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5029] I'm doing it ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5030] The last one need a stand?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5031] and I think this one's gone
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5032] yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5033] Erm twenty four ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...

33 (Tape 027304)

Tina (PS0FG) [5034] And she's got a bag whether she's been shopping or, I
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5035] you know she's got stamps with her an'all ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5036] Ooh, [yawn] excuse me ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5037] Me feet
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5038] there's that man going down there, now, see, thank god he's deaf
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5039] Look at the camellias that's come out
Tina (PS0FG) [5040] Ooh lovely
Josephine (PS0FF) [5041] It's gonna be a mass of bloom innit?
Tina (PS0FG) [5042] Yeah
Josephine (PS0FF) [5043] And I've seen them for years and years, twenty odd more than that years, beautiful,
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5044] Oh, erm when you was in the front office er, Mr and Mrs
Josephine (PS0FF) [5045] Yeah
Tina (PS0FG) [5046] he's got two dogs with them
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5047] he's got another one
Josephine (PS0FF) [5048] I, you say
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5049] they've got three dogs
Tina (PS0FG) [5050] Yeah
Josephine (PS0FF) [5051] well they still have three dogs
Tina (PS0FG) [5052] Well let's see he's got that old brown one, you know
Josephine (PS0FF) [5053] Mm
Tina (PS0FG) [5054] and that's er can, a little black er, oh scotty looking thing
Josephine (PS0FF) [5055] Mm
Tina (PS0FG) [5056] you know like that is only a black one
Josephine (PS0FF) [5057] Mm
Tina (PS0FG) [5058] he's gonna go
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5059] Can you imagine the bloody things on in house
Tina (PS0FG) [5060] And they're only little tiny rooms
Josephine (PS0FF) [5061] Yeah
Tina (PS0FG) [5062] and, and now she's got a grey whippet thing
Josephine (PS0FF) [5063] Yeah ... It makes you wonder where the hell he can put them.
Tina (PS0FG) [5064] I wonder why he keeps them?
[5065] Er, I don't know what his job is, is he a manager or is he unemployed at the moment?
[5066] ... Er I was thinking they kept dogs in room
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5067] He's the manager of Milford office
Tina (PS0FG) [5068] Yeah, but er there's no money kept in or anything like that
Josephine (PS0FF) [5069] No
Tina (PS0FG) [5070] but little, people couldn't break in for erm ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ... [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5071] Are you coming in
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5072] well there's no need
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5073] keep that in case you got to pay for it, it er, you won't do it now this moment
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5074] Erm, forty or fifty seven in bulk and erm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5075] beech, copper beech
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5076] mm, so you'll be more than welcome to come over, you will be
Danny (PS0FH) [5077] Father
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5078] we will speak as the symbols of
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5079] and the
Danny (PS0FH) [5080] Where, where, where down by the
Mark (PS0FL) [5081] It's right in the centre of the village Danny, it's the
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5082] and erm
Josephine (PS0FF) [5083] Let's have a look
Mark (PS0FL) [5084] I mean in the meantime I'll be
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5085] and I've got er
Josephine (PS0FF) [5086] No we don't do anything like that, but you might be able to get that
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5087] oh
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5088] from the National st , erm the National
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5089] I get twenty pence coming from them you see er
Josephine (PS0FF) [5090] A new one in, where the
Mark (PS0FL) [5091] but yeah it should go well
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5092] no, it's another one
Mark (PS0FL) [5093] it should go well
Josephine (PS0FF) [5094] in the
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5095] precinct, yeah, where, they've got wedding dresses in the windows outside
Mark (PS0FL) [5096] and it was
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5097] we could have erm
Josephine (PS0FF) [5098] and you go up in there, there on the right hand
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5099] Ah, right
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5100] Erm, what is there
Mark (PS0FL) [5101] but that
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5102] what is that still in the loft?
Mark (PS0FL) [5103] But yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5104] No, it isn't, it's the gremlins in the corner over there, it's alright
Mark (PS0FL) [5105] OK
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Mark (PS0FL) [5106] thanks very much
Danny (PS0FH) [5107] Thank you very much indeed
Josephine (PS0FF) [5108] Thanks
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5109] Mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5110] No, I he say I tell you where I get that he said, because

34 (Tape 027305)

Josephine (PS0FF) [5111] There's one going ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ... [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5112] I know they put flowers all twisting up it and over it and round about it ... and now's the weather to get the job done and get it finished, look at the weeds growing up through the garden
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5113] put that spray on it and kill it
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5114] and of course they've got to be careful in case they kill the grass and around the outside is what
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5115] It don't last
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5116] and it's like that and they haven't finished it
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5117] I think it is moving a little bit
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5118] The little ones go out on their own
Tina (PS0FG) [5119] Mm ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5120] and there's a white one coming in look over the end of the jetty there
Tina (PS0FG) [5121] Oh yes ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5122] Good god you'd think erm [cough] , to, er put the piles on that.
Tina (PS0FG) [5123] Don't they? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5124] Mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5125] Mm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5126] Oh I, nothing in the cupboard
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5127] Yes that
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5128] Yes I put me belt on through
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5129] he's out of home now, he never used to be
Tina (PS0FG) [5130] No
Josephine (PS0FF) [5131] he use to have his own house, last year he went into it ... you'd think they'd get some of it and to weed the gardens
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5132] pass the time
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5133] looks to me as though he can hardly walk [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5134] that was his feet ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5135] They must be coming up to er ... rush time
Tina (PS0FG) [5136] Yeah, and a lot of
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5137] Anything exciting going on here?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5138] Perhaps
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5139] has took his contract over ... because he can't afford to put more of them, mm
Tina (PS0FG) [5140] No, and if they do that sort of thing they can charge the earth for it
Josephine (PS0FF) [5141] No they can't charge any more than what they've got now, because they can't bloody sell it, look at her
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5142] Ah, it's a right teaser
Tina (PS0FG) [5143] Good enough innit?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5144] That's ah Mrs bloody dog [laugh] oh bugger it, why should she have to clean it up, she should take it, put it in the bag and post it to the environmental health
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5145] Mm
Tina (PS0FG) [5146] That'll do them a favour wouldn't it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5147] Once, you would think he, she wouldn't have seen it or she wouldn't have
Tina (PS0FG) [5148] No
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5149] I can just see David doing it
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5150] and he said of all the places along that road, they have to come and do it outside his
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5151] Well it might as well be outside his as somebody else's
Tina (PS0FG) [5152] Well that's what I said to him, why not yours [laugh] he only just cut it, that couple of grandsons they've all done it all up
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5153] Well that's ripe and fresh and juicy
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5154] [sigh] ... Oh well ... you'll have to write that date down in your book now
Tina (PS0FG) [5155] Yeah ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5156] what did you say twenty second?
Tina (PS0FG) [5157] Yeah
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5158] mm you bring your book cos you don't think to look at the card ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5159] Give us a car, look at this car
Tina (PS0FG) [5160] Oh that's a nice one innit?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5161] Green
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5162] Oh
Josephine (PS0FF) [5163] It's an antique.
Tina (PS0FG) [5164] Running the roads
Josephine (PS0FF) [5165] Mm?
Tina (PS0FG) [5166] Running the roads
Josephine (PS0FF) [5167] Oh it's not out very often
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5168] Yeah, that's not very often ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5169] Where we used to stay in
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5170] people there they've got a good
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5171] an enormous thing like a Rolls or a Daimler or a
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5172] mm
Tina (PS0FG) [5173] Very, very expensive cars, they use big
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5174] I don't know but they used to go
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5175] but they didn't really used to go
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5176] There's some more planning going on here
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5177] No
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5178] If you pay for
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5179] you wouldn't buy that for a grand off them people he said at no price
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5180] belongs to the the garage
Tina (PS0FG) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5181] belongs to the
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5182] Why?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5183] It's behind
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5184] it ain't harming nobody
Tina (PS0FG) [5185] Oh well it's down the corner, it, you know, they build on it, you're entitled to go on it
Josephine (PS0FF) [5186] No, it's behind the shop
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5187] where that rubbish all is ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5188] blowing this way
Josephine (PS0FF) [5189] What the hell is this white car?
[5190] ... Stranger in the camp
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5191] Mm?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5192] Down you come and put it away ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ... [...] ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5193] What?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5194] Yeah ...

35 (Tape 027402)

Josephine (PS0FF) [5195] Mark reckons they've done a good job on the water have they?
Danny (PS0FH) [5196] Well [...] ... [...] I don't know. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5197] When we were at the flat ... er ... I'm not quite sure, I think the one was a Tuesday and the other was a Sunday, when there was a bus used to go down to Tenby
Josephine (PS0FF) [5198] [...] the bus?
Tina (PS0FG) [5199] Mm.
Danny (PS0FH) [5200] It still does.
Tina (PS0FG) [5201] Mm
Danny (PS0FH) [5202] It still does.
Tina (PS0FG) [5203] Does it?
[5204] ... Well Mrs er ... and her family, you know, used to go down there.
[5205] ... Because we went once or twice.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5206] What, on the bingo bus?
Tina (PS0FG) [5207] Mm.
[5208] They used to go about ... one o'clock.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5209] Yeah. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5210] And pick up at quarter past seven at night.
Tina (PS0FG) [5211] Oh they're still
Danny (PS0FH) [5212] Quarter past six.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5213] Oh six I mean and then they come back at
Tina (PS0FG) [5214] they're still going down?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5215] ten, eleven o'clock.
Tina (PS0FG) [5216] This one went down in the afternoon.
[5217] After dinner.
[5218] ... [...] come back about
Josephine (PS0FF) [5219] What [...] ?
Tina (PS0FG) [5220] nine to ten. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5221] Unless they've scrapped the noon sessions.
[5222] ... But the main bingo bus that used to go used to go about six.
Danny (PS0FH) [5223] Quarter past six.
Tina (PS0FG) [5224] Oh I don't know, this was an afternoon bus.
[5225] You know, early afternoon.
[5226] ... And used to go on it. ...
Danny (PS0FH) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5227] Mm?
Danny (PS0FH) [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5228] It erm ... well I dunno cos if you were in bingo they would say the bingo bus goes at ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5229] Oh we didn't go to bingo.
[5230] [laugh] [...] ... But it was [...] though.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5231] Well that must have been just a bus going.
Tina (PS0FG) [5232] Well.
[5233] ... Perhaps they were having two sessions, afternoon and evening. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5234] Maybe.
[5235] They'd of announced it wouldn't they?
Tina (PS0FG) [5236] I dunno. ...

36 (Tape 027403)

Josephine (PS0FF) [5237] Won't be long then.
[5238] ... Ta ra Danny. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5239] Is this thing on?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5240] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5241] [...] Won't be long.
[5242] ... Can you see the moss?
[5243] Look.
[5244] It's all round here.
Tina (PS0FG) [5245] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5246] Look at it all here, brightening up.
Tina (PS0FG) [5247] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5248] Look at it picking up. ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5249] It's our summer coming [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [5250] Yeah, look at it.
[5251] Everywhere.
Tina (PS0FG) [5252] And look at that.
[5253] ... Clover all in it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5254] Yeah.
[5255] Well I'd rather have clover than bloody moss.
[5256] ... I don't know what I can do with it.
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5257] He won't.
[5258] I told him last summer about it. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5259] Well I think it's cheating [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5260] If I knew where it had come from I would do it.
Tina (PS0FG) [5261] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5262] Look at this little one coming up here.
[5263] ... That's [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5264] Oh there's our chimney having a smoking session.
[5265] Is it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5266] Aye.
[5267] ... Right.
[5268] ... Now there's somebody behind us. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5269] Look at these [...] baskets. [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5270] Mm.
[5271] ... They're only baskets to keep the birds off.
Tina (PS0FG) [5272] Oh.
[5273] ... Oh Danny's been in this bloody car.
[5274] Don't know how he does it.
Tina (PS0FG) [5275] Yeah?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5276] Look there's the chimney.
[5277] ... phaw
Tina (PS0FG) [5278] Oh oh my goodness yes.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5279] stinking. [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5280] [...] of it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5281] Poof.
[5282] ... I'd like to see the flames go whoof out of the top.
Tina (PS0FG) [5283] Yes and me.
[5284] [laugh] And the smoke coming up thick and heavy.
[5285] ... Look how those yellow flowers are coming out pretty.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5286] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5287] Couple of days makes all the difference.
[5288] ... Who is 's fish and chips?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5289] Well 's fish and chips.
Tina (PS0FG) [5290] Is that their name?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5291] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [5292] Mr and Mrs ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5293] Mhm.
Tina (PS0FG) [5294] Oh. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5295] Oh!
[5296] ... It just looks foggy over here now.
Tina (PS0FG) [5297] Yes.
[5298] She said it was going to be foggy tonight.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5299] Mm.
[5300] ... Daffs are looking nice aren't they?
Tina (PS0FG) [5301] Yeah. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5302] I've got indigestion since dinner.
Tina (PS0FG) [5303] Yes and me.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5304] Oh my god, it's terrible.
[5305] ... See if it was warmer and dryer, I'd go out there and I'd rake that ... lawn.
Tina (PS0FG) [5306] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5307] Cut it short and I'd rake hell out of it.
Tina (PS0FG) [5308] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5309] And then I would pour moss killer over it.
[5310] Then you've gotta rake it again.
Tina (PS0FG) [5311] Well I I think it's a whole summer's job isn't it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5312] Well how else can you get rid of it?
Tina (PS0FG) [5313] No, well it is.
[5314] To clean a lawn like that, is a whole summer's job.
[5315] You've gotta rake it
Josephine (PS0FF) [5316] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [5317] and rake it and rake it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5318] Then nobody else'll do it, so I've gotta do it.
[5319] ... And even if you dig it up ... turn it over and start again ... that moss is in it isn't it?
Tina (PS0FG) [5320] That's it.
[5321] The seeds are there.
[5322] ... No I would say it's er ... it's er bunging the ground up.
[5323] It's not aerating the ground at all.
[5324] ... You know the ... the air can't get into the ground ... to let the grass grow.
[5325] It'll just take over.
[5326] ... Have you got a book that tells you what to do?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5327] I dunno.
[5328] I've gotta read about it. ...

37 (Tape 027404)

Josephine (PS0FF) [5329] Wednesday today.
Tina (PS0FG) [5330] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5331] He's still up on the roof then. ... [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5332] he's been reading his horses.
Tina (PS0FG) [5333] [laugh] Waiting to cross the road perhaps.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5334] Bloody hiding from somebody by the look of it.
Tina (PS0FG) [laugh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5335] Waiting to see if they've come out.
Tina (PS0FG) [5336] [...] what's running on the two thirty ... wants to be there in time.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5337] [...] ... That's way down the road. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5338] That's what I say, perhaps he's waiting to cross and come down here.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5339] Well he's got a long wait.
[5340] [laugh] You haven't stood at the side of the pavement.
[5341] ... Mm mm.
[5342] ... Now if this bloody electric board is shut
Tina (PS0FG) [5343] Again.
[5344] What does it
Josephine (PS0FF) [5345] Oh god damn no.
[5346] I'll catch it now before it does.
Tina (PS0FG) [5347] Oh [...] it is open.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5348] Yeah because you've gotta go
Tina (PS0FG) [5349] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5350] to the post office.
[5351] ... This ruddy thing.
[5352] I'll be glad when they move it back.
[5353] ... It's not much help to anyone.
Tina (PS0FG) [5354] No, [...] ... You'll have to hurry he'll be shutting the door in a minute.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5355] Yeah hang on, I've gotta go to the gas board first. ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5356] Okay ... see you [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5357] [...] .
[5358] All the best now.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5359] Thank you.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5360] Enjoy it.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5361] I will.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5362] Bye now.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5363] Bye. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5364] [...] to switch me off at the flat.
[5365] Do you think you could switch me back on?
[5366] I want some hot water to clean up [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5367] Well it is a final account.
[5368] One Chestnut Way?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5369] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5370] Yeah this is a final account.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5371] I've got no lights see.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5372] Pardon?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5373] I've got no lights out there.
[5374] No [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5375] No well you see you've finalized now.
[5376] You took a final reading.
[5377] ... This is the final account, so that means that you've finished altogether with the property.
[5378] If you go back in then
Josephine (PS0FF) [5379] I see
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5380] and turn the supply back on
Josephine (PS0FF) [5381] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5382] well whoever moves in then will have to pay, you know
Josephine (PS0FF) [5383] Mm.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5384] You'll have to sign back up for it if you're gonna use it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5385] Well I've got no I can't get hot water to, to wash out you know, before I leave it.
[5386] [...] hand the keys back Monday you see?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5387] You shouldn't have taken a final reading until you left.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5388] I didn't [...] I didn't [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5389] This is a final.
[5390] O A is final.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5391] Oh they must have done that then, the meters were in a room outside you see.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5392] Well somebody [...] .
[5393] I mean you don't [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5394] No.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5395] The supply is still on there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5396] Yeah.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5397] So I mean there's no reason why you can't get hot water, it's just that erm
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5398] it's just that with this it means that you've finalized it in your name.
[5399] So whoever's going [...] sign up for it.
[5400] You'll have to fill in another form now.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5401] Well [...] just have normal electric then I suppose.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5402] Well it's just, it isn't off, it's off, just off at the mains.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5403] Oh.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5404] [...] the whole quarter.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5405] But there's no electricity at all, it's black see.
[5406] Can't get lights or nothing on.
[5407] So there must be something wrong.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5408] Yeah but they haven't been there to disconnect. [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5409] No but I mean there must be something electrical, a fault, an electrical fault of something.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5410] Well you'll have to get in touch with the council.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5411] Yeah [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5412] Alright?
[5413] Because the [...]

38 (Tape 027405)

Josephine (PS0FF) [5414] Er a small loaf of bread please.
[5415] Erm
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5416] A tin, a cob or a batch?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5417] Now then ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5418] Now it's decision time, your choice.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5419] Erm batch I think.
[5420] I haven't had one of them for a long time. ...
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5421] It's make up your mind time.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5422] Yes.
[5423] Fattening time, that's the trouble.
[5424] ... When you start you never stop with them.
[5425] ... Great, thanks.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5426] Thank you very much. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5427] Weather's getting better isn't it?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5428] Yes it is.
[5429] Slowly but surely.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5430] Fine, as long as it comes.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5431] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5432] End of the month and it'll be great.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5433] Ta ra
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5434] Bye.

39 (Tape 027406)

Josephine (PS0FF) [5435] Did you make a note on the day you posted [...] ?
Tina (PS0FG) [5436] I dunno.
[5437] I might have done.
[5438] I dunno.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5439] No [...] ... cos if I haven't heard in a fortnight you know you're not getting any in.
Tina (PS0FG) [5440] [laugh] ... Amelia what?
[5441] Amy Johnson.
[5442] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5443] Aerhart somebody.
Tina (PS0FG) [5444] Oh.
[5445] ... Mm [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5446] Mm.
[5447] ... Aerhart ... She's the woman before Amy Johnson.
[5448] ... She crashed. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5449] Her.
[5450] She didn't survive did she? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5451] Amy Johnson did. ...

40 (Tape 027407)

Tina (PS0FG) [5452] Tom Jones and oh ... they've got a lot of old ones [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5453] Alistair Sims.
Tina (PS0FG) [5454] Oh
Josephine (PS0FF) [5455] Save them making new.
Tina (PS0FG) [5456] Yes.
[5457] ... Save the money
Josephine (PS0FF) [5458] The kids of today haven't seen them.
Tina (PS0FG) [5459] Save the money, well they were better ... things than what they get today.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5460] Yeah.
Tina (PS0FG) [5461] So maybe the the
Josephine (PS0FF) [5462] But the kids of today haven't seen them.
Tina (PS0FG) [5463] maybe the taste is going backwards.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5464] Mm.
[5465] Well it does go round in circles they see don't they? ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5466] There's Little John look.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5467] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5468] Ah well. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5469] Well it's been dry for another day. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [yawn]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5470] Oh christ [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5471] [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5472] No.
Tina (PS0FG) [5473] [...] ... You want a Brighton rats?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5474] Do you want to buy some rats.
Tina (PS0FG) [5475] Oh. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5476] To eat.
[5477] She's hungry look. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5478] Is there nothing better than that on?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5479] I don't know.
[5480] ... No
Tina (PS0FG) [5481] That's Africa. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5482] [...] Rowan Atkinson.
[5483] ... [yawn] Ooh.
[5484] We have gifts for mother's day from March the twenty ninth. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5485] Where? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5486] [...] ... Ooh.
Tina (PS0FG) [5487] They don't tell you where do it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5488] No. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5489] Oh the National ... the erm the Midland is joining up with
Josephine (PS0FF) [5490] With Japan.
Tina (PS0FG) [5491] with Japan and somewhere else now.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5492] Mhm.
Tina (PS0FG) [5493] Well there's there's er ... more Japanese trade done in this country than British, so ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5494] Mm.
[5495] ... So we've got no knitting.
Tina (PS0FG) [5496] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5497] No sewing.
[5498] ... I've got some mending. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5499] Have you?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5500] Well, I've got to shorten my trousers. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5501] [yawn] Have you made [...] fit?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5502] Have I what?
Tina (PS0FG) [5503] You know, have you got to cut the bottoms off?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5504] Yeah.
[5505] Well I dunno, yes, I think so.
[5506] Yes.
[5507] Too big.
[5508] Cut the hem off anyway. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5509] Africa again look.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5510] [...] ... It's Malaysia.
[5511] ... Ooh. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5512] Look at her eating corn.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5513] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5514] Vegetable market look.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5515] Look at the kite.
Tina (PS0FG) [5516] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5517] What if that got tangled up in an aeroplane passing?
Tina (PS0FG) [5518] No, [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5519] Yes, yes.
[5520] ... Aeroplanes [...] ...

41 (Tape 027408)

Tina (PS0FG) [5521] Oh they're used to it then. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5522] Oh what are they all cooking? ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5523] [...] sold in the shop I expect.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5524] [...] the rubber trees is it?
Tina (PS0FG) [5525] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5526] Or [...] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5527] Look there, he's just chipping round the bark.
[5528] [...] er sap out of the bark.
[5529] ... [...] running out. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5530] Rubber.
[5531] ... That'd kill a tree won't it?
Tina (PS0FG) [5532] No.
[5533] No.
[5534] ... They only just touch the bark, they don't cut the trees.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5535] Yeah but if you run the sap all out.
Tina (PS0FG) [5536] Well er the tree makes the sap.
[5537] It's a rubber tree.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5538] It doesn't look like a rubber tree [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5539] Well it isn't it isn't rubber, it's just a resin that converts.
[5540] It's converted to rubber.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5541] Yeah but it didn't look like a rubber tree.
[5542] ... Wonder if Margaret's packed?
Tina (PS0FG) [5543] No.
[5544] Margaret packed?
[5545] No. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5546] [yawn] Well who's she gonna get to pack?
Tina (PS0FG) [5547] [...] I'm certain.
[5548] John always used to, I don't know whether he's still
Josephine (PS0FF) [5549] John or Richard.
[5550] But you never hear them er about them do you?
Tina (PS0FG) [5551] No, John is her ... friend of er ... oh I don't ... friend of what's his name ... her husband, Margaret's husband.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5552] Oh.
Tina (PS0FG) [5553] Harry. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5554] Does she ever see him now?
Tina (PS0FG) [5555] Occasionally.
[5556] The they don't have anything er she won't talk to him.
[5557] She, you know ... but ... time of day sort of thing, a few words.
[5558] [...] They live a good way apart.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5559] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5560] I oh a long long way apart.
[5561] I think, I'm not sure ... but he's down near erm ... is it Los Angeles or er San Francisco? ... [...] very often.
[5562] But they have met. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5563] Ooh ... [...] isn't it?
Tina (PS0FG) [5564] Mm.
[5565] Chinese.
[5566] ... Don't hear much about China.
[5567] And that's only what somebody, somebody has brought out and put together like.
[5568] It's not er ... official news. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5569] All got strange names haven't they?
Tina (PS0FG) [5570] That isn't er China is it?
[5571] That's er Malaysia chiefly.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5572] Mm. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5573] But it seems, according to him now, times are better in Malaysia. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5574] On the line [yawn]

42 (Tape 027409)

Tina (PS0FG) [5575] And if they've got the fire on.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5576] And when it's cold it's bloody cold in there.
Tina (PS0FG) [5577] Oh well that's only in the night isn't it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5578] Well that's when you want to put it on isn't it?
Tina (PS0FG) [5579] I mean er it isn't cold.
[5580] It isn't cold here at night ... in my room and my room is cold. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5581] Well it shouldn't be.
Tina (PS0FG) [5582] Well it is Jo.
[5583] It's colder than, than you're room up there. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5584] Cos it's got thermal bricks on.
Tina (PS0FG) [5585] Oh well.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5586] And polystyrene lined.
Tina (PS0FG) [5587] Most places [...] ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5588] There is a grey blanket missing. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5589] Oh well you won't have them to wash will you?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5590] Mm?
Tina (PS0FG) [5591] You won't have them to wash will you?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5592] No.
[5593] ... [yawning] They've took the grey one [] .
Tina (PS0FG) [5594] Anything I can do? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5595] Not really.
[5596] ... And they didn't even [...] paper and pencil.
[5597] ... Oh well.
[5598] ... More for the next time. ...

43 (Tape 027410)

Josephine (PS0FF) [5599] Anything exciting there? ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5600] I don't know er ... no not really.
[5601] But er ... no.
[5602] ... You can't really tell what's on the programme by the [...] of them can you? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5603] Not really. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5604] High Road.
[5605] Oh we can [...] High Road at er ... ten past five. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5606] And isn't there on in the afternoon as well?
Tina (PS0FG) [5607] Yeah.
[5608] ... And that's the lot I think.
[5609] ... They've a double page story of a ... of a ... er ... Glenys er
Josephine (PS0FF) [5610] Kinnock?
Tina (PS0FG) [5611] Glenys Kinnock.
[5612] Listen [reading] Russian officers were trying to sell four stolen nuclear artillery shells to Iran ... for six million pounds each ... a German T V station claimed [] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [5613] They're desperate for money see.
Tina (PS0FG) [5614] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5615] So they've gotta do it.
[5616] And all these Russian scientists with, you know, sending up these ... rockets in the air, they're going to go over to Iraq.
Tina (PS0FG) [5617] Course they are.
[5618] Well if there isn't one way there's another, you know? ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5619] Iraq's got the money to pay them. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5620] [reading] Crooked bosses can easily steal their workers' pension cash ... MP's revealed in a shock report.
[5621] They can exploit tax laws to raid benefits by design.
[5622] Workers may also lose out through innocent [...] ... says the Commons Social Security Committee Report.
[5623] The, the committee which has been probing ... probing ... the massive pensions theft by former Mirror publisher Robert Maxwell warns that this could be just the tip of the iceberg.
[5624] Other schemes may not be as secure ... as staff believe it says.
[5625] The Committees urge the next government to bring in tough new pension laws [] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [5626] Maggie's er fan was fired.
Tina (PS0FG) [5627] Anybody can ... you know ... di er diddle the pension laws.
[5628] I mean like er Mark now, if he's paying in to pension for his firm, they can do what they like with it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5629] Yeah?
Tina (PS0FG) [5630] And he hasn't got a say.
[5631] ... Well that's gotta be seen to. ... [sigh]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5632] Mm.
[5633] ... [reading] Queen mum spots shamrock nut [] .
Tina (PS0FG) [5634] Well look at it. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5635] Hm big old tufts round their hats isn't it?
Tina (PS0FG) [5636] Well look at that one. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5637] Oh it's down over his eyes. [laugh] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5638] He's [...] ... Well I think she's pretty silly to come and sit out there in the rain and disturb the ... I suppose it it ... perhaps it is under cover I suppose.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5639] No.
[5640] ... But er ... The mo monster raving luny party
Tina (PS0FG) [5641] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5642] could have it's own television election.
Tina (PS0FG) [5643] Mm. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5644] He funds that all himself. ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5645] Oh and there's, there's a bit in there somewhere ... where a lot of er the ... the tory party ... the tory central party, what do they call it?
[5646] ... Has been writing to big businesses for money to help their funds.
[5647] ... And it's ... stuck it in the paper somewhere that er ... Branson has given money and er ... oh you know lots of other people in big business have given money.
[5648] And they've not.
[5649] ... And er they're wanting their name taken off their lists.
[5650] ... They're tory members you see.
[5651] They, you know they are members.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5652] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [5653] Paid up members.
[5654] But they're wanting out of their business. ...
Josephine (PS0FF) [5655] And this erm ... this was er announced over telly last night [reading] five thousand Brits were urged yesterday to leave Libya
Tina (PS0FG) [5656] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5657] because the United Nations considers plans to ban all flights to the arab country
Tina (PS0FG) [5658] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5659] because of the Lockerbie bombing [] .
[5660] Cos those men got away with it.
Tina (PS0FG) [5661] Mm.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5662] And he won't let them come here.
[5663] ... Oh I don't ... this erm ... Midland Bank, have you seen griffin's eyes? [laugh] ...
Tina (PS0FG) [5664] The Hong Kong Bank wanted them to do that or something.
[5665] Because in nineteen ninety ... nineteen hundred and nine is it?
[5666] ... What's it now?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5667] Two.
Tina (PS0FG) [5668] Nineteen ninety nine ... China's going to take over Hong Kong.
[5669] ... And that's why the Japs wanted the British in there [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [5670] Mm.
[5671] Did you see this er body on the bal balcony?
[5672] ... [reading] An old woman sat on a freezing balcony []
Tina (PS0FG) [5673] Oh yeah.
[5674] ... Where was that? [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5675] Stockholm.
Tina (PS0FG) [5676] What?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5677] Stockholm.
Tina (PS0FG) [5678] Stockholm.
[5679] ... Stockholm is in Denmark I think.

44 (Tape 027501)

Josephine (PS0FF) [5680] See Ian next door ... shopping with him to.
Tina (PS0FG) [5681] I know ... I know [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [5682] Whether he's living with them!
[5683] ... Cos he isn't home as much as he used to be.
Tina (PS0FG) [5684] Is that the eldest one?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5685] Yeah.
[5686] ... He's only home at weekends.
[5687] ... I couldn't see a car.
Tina (PS0FG) [5688] Ooh, Christ it's cold!
Josephine (PS0FF) [5689] [sighing] Oh [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [5690] A woman and her
Josephine (PS0FF) [5691] That's nice innit?
Tina (PS0FG) [5692] Mm.
[5693] ... A woman and her little girl ... a tiny little girl [...] , about four I should think.
[5694] ... I don't know what she wants to be.
[5695] ... [...] ... she stuck the kid in the back of the car and ... put the grocery in ... and she picked her up and brought her into the front seat,ti , tied her in ... and and the ... the, the, the, this thing was coming about
Josephine (PS0FF) [laugh]
Tina (PS0FG) [5696] you know?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5697] Oh yeah!
[5698] She shouldn't
Tina (PS0FG) [5699] It was
Josephine (PS0FF) [5700] be there!
Tina (PS0FG) [5701] She was kicking her feet about!
[5702] ... She didn't like it anyway!
Josephine (PS0FF) [5703] Well perhaps there wasn't room for her sit in the back!
[5704] ... But you
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5705] gotta make bloody room!
[5706] You mustn't put them in the front!
[5707] ... You can be summons now for it! ... [singing] mm mm ... mm mm mm [] .
[5708] ... Please don't change!
Tina (PS0FG) [5709] Oh!
[5710] ... Am I disturbing you?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5711] No.
[5712] ... Not at all!
Tina (PS0FG) [5713] It'll keep smaller than that when they're brushed.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5714] Ha!
[5715] ... Ah well!
Tina (PS0FG) [whistling]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5716] Been mowing the grass, yeah?
Tina (PS0FG) [5717] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5718] Oh!
[5719] ... Tea bags!
[5720] ... I'll have to go back up!
[5721] ... Tea bags ... and no veg!
[5722] ... And a light bulb.
Tina (PS0FG) [5723] That veg is too dear at Wrexham Davis isn't it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5724] Oh it's rubbish!
[5725] ... It's dear and it's dying!
[5726] ... I've never seen nice veg there!
[5727] ... Major road works and Fishguard.
[5728] The main street is closed.
Tina (PS0FG) [5729] Oh.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5730] Mm!
[5731] ... [singing] Mm mm ... mm mm [] .
Tina (PS0FG) [5732] Oh!
Josephine (PS0FF) [5733] Mm!
[5734] ... It's a doctor.
Tina (PS0FG) [5735] He's been for [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [5736] No, [...] .
[5737] ... Unless he's got a monthly account and he keeps it in a book!
[5738] ... I doubt that very much!
[5739] ... It's his shopping list and all the bloody [laughing] curry things he needs [] !
[5740] ... Are you coming in?
[5741] ... Mm.
[5742] ... What you lost?
Tina (PS0FG) [5743] My book mark.
[5744] ... I don't know, it went in the book.
[5745] ... But I couldn't find it.
[5746] ... He was driving a ruddy big Rover anyway!
Tina (PS0FG) [5747] Oh ey
Josephine (PS0FF) [5748] So his wages is alright!
[5749] ... Paying him well!
[5750] ... Must be in the thing.
[5751] ... Can't see it.
Tina (PS0FG) [5752] [...] no.
[5753] ... Perhaps it isn't there.
[5754] ... Where do I get the mud on these wheels?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5755] We might as well go rou , oh I don't know!
[5756] ... Will they chase us if we went in there.
Tina (PS0FG) [5757] Oh, somebody would, yes!
[5758] ... Someone got to have it. ... [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5759] Ha?
Tina (PS0FG) [5760] You can't go through here can you?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5761] Mm.
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5762] Yeah.
[5763] ... This stool, that's a nice big one!
[5764] ... Nice little coffee table!
[5765] ... Like that stool!
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5766] Mm.
[5767] ... Look at this, phone table.
[5768] ... All your bits and pieces in the draws
Tina (PS0FG) [5769] Pieces and books.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5770] and close it.
Tina (PS0FG) [5771] In the draws.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5772] That's nice innit?
[5773] ... And this one goes into a table.
[5774] ... Nice!
[5775] ... Look at that!
[5776] ... That'll do, if anything.
Tina (PS0FG) [5777] Look at the price!
Josephine (PS0FF) [5778] Reduced to clear!
[5779] ... It was two thousand, one hundred.
Tina (PS0FG) [5780] They're nice!
Josephine (PS0FF) [5781] Oh, a nice seat there!
[5782] ... Do you wanna sit?
Tina (PS0FG) [5783] No.
[5784] ... [...] and get out.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5785] Yeah.
[5786] ... I wanted to have a look at the price of their erm ... Chanderel ... Look at this little chair!
[5787] ... Ah, go on
Tina (PS0FG) [5788] What for?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5789] for knitting.
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5790] Sit on him and try it.
Tina (PS0FG) [5791] Bit [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [5792] Is it?
Tina (PS0FG) [5793] It is.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5794] Well, I dunno, you bounced into it didn't you?
Tina (PS0FG) [5795] Yeah but ... if your behind was down in it.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5796] [sighing] Ha [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [5797] Don't always do it like that.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5798] No.
Tina (PS0FG) [5799] It isn't really worth my [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [5800] That's all your getting for it.
[5801] ... [singing] Mm mm, mm mm mm [] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5802] [...] the brown sugar isn't it?
[5803] The caster sugar ... try and get [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5804] Have you got any bags of dried fruit?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5805] Which one do you want?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5806] The large one [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5807] No, [...] .
[5808] ... No.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5809] Oh!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5810] Are you [...] !
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5811] Oh, well this is the wrong way am I?
[5812] Oh!
[5813] ... Well that's ... understandable.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5814] What about [...] ?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5815] Ah lovely!
[5816] ... Oh great!
[5817] ... Thank you
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5818] very much.
[5819] ... A bit of bread
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5820] It's alright.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5821] Thank you.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5822] What do you want?
[5823] ... Do you want currants?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5824] Oh that was nice!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5825] What?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5826] [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5827] Yeah [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5828] [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5829] Nope
Josephine (PS0FF) [5830] [singing] Mm mm mm mm ... mm mm mm mm mm mm ... mm [] .
[5831] ... Anything exciting?
Tina (PS0FG) [5832] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5833] Nope ... That's it then.
[5834] ... That's it.
Tina (PS0FG) [5835] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5836] What you got here then?
[5837] ... Hot prawn crackers.
[5838] ... Mm mm!
Tina (PS0FG) [5839] Sounds nice don't it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5840] Mm, no thank you!
[5841] ... Hot prawns is a ... prawn and curry.
Tina (PS0FG) [5842] [...] and all sort of
Josephine (PS0FF) [5843] Yeah.
[5844] ... And they gone and got.
[5845] ... Oh, razor blades for Tony!
Tina (PS0FG) [5846] Oh dear!
Josephine (PS0FF) [5847] Erm
Tina (PS0FG) [5848] Got plants in there.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5849] Down here.
[5850] ... [whistling] ... Rennies, Settlers.
[5851] ... Nope ... Tesco's sell them.
[5852] ... I can't see any here either!
Tina (PS0FG) [5853] I don't know what to look for.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5854] Razor blades.
[5855] ... Never mind, we'll have a look in Tesco's.
[5856] ... No.
[5857] ... You get them in ... Tesco's cheaper.
[5858] ... Mm.
[5859] ... [singing] Mm mm mm ... mm mm mm mm mm [] .
[5860] There's your book marker.
[5861] ... All with tassels [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5862] Please do not move them, [...] .
[5863] ... Oh!
Tina (PS0FG) [5864] I don't know!
[5865] I had it in the car to
Josephine (PS0FF) [5866] Mm, and you can't [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5867] took it in my hand and my pictures in the bag.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5868] That's a word search.
Tina (PS0FG) [5869] No.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5870] What is that then?
Tina (PS0FG) [5871] Oh God!
[5872] A ... paper slider and a
Josephine (PS0FF) [5873] That's [...] innit?
Tina (PS0FG) [5874] Ha.
[5875] ... One thirty five.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5876] It's a word search.
[5877] ... [singing] Mm mm mm mm mm mm [] .
[5878] And Cilla's big day! [whistling]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5879] There's razor blades up there.
[5880] They're not them though.
Tina (PS0FG) [5881] No ... I don't know what you're looking for.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5882] Purple one it is.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5883] Ah ... [...] .
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5884] Yeah alright then [...] .
[5885] ... Thanks.
[5886] ... It is all there is it?
Josephine (PS0FF) [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5887] Yeah.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5888] Or leave them in the trolley.
[5889] You can leave them in the trolley.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5890] You, leave them there can you [...] .
[5891] ... And then I can go across ... across this
Josephine (PS0FF) [5892] Oh sorry!
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5893] it's [...] .
[5894] ... It's [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [5895] Do you mean we have to get our [...] trolley from outside?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5896] No, I'm not sure
Josephine (PS0FF) [5897] Sure?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5898] it'll be necessary [...] .
[5899] ... [...] . ... Did you have this ... [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5900] No, I did as a matter of fact.
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5901] I was gonna look at the [...] skeletons.
[5902] ... It's a waste of time.
Tina (PS0FG) [5903] Oh I don't know.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5904] Okay?
Tina (PS0FG) [5905] The moths [...]
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5906] Have you got [...] ?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5907] Mm.
[5908] ... They might.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5909] You want the pate anyway?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5910] Yes.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5911] Shall I go and have a look and [tannoy]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5912] Shall I?
[5913] ... I'll come for this okay?
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5914] Yeah, okay.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5915] There was er
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5916] powdered [...] , you can buy anything now!
[5917] ... What's that?
Tina (PS0FG) [5918] Home [...] cook book.
[5919] ... Prime Minister ... [...] down.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5920] You'll have to wait ... [...] soup.
Unknown speaker (KCNPSUNK) [5921] Oh I opened a fresh one.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5922] [sighing] Oh [] !
[5923] ... The film, look!
Tina (PS0FG) [5924] That's a picture innit?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5925] Well I have seen it there.
[5926] ... But I don't what price it is.
Tina (PS0FG) [5927] Mm.
[5928] ... Dark, rich blooded, it's a wa ... waste of [...] innit?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5929] Well what can I do?
[5930] ... It's going to rot altogether!
[5931] What the hell we got here?
[5932] ... Lilies, of assortment.
[5933] ... Would they [...] that?
Tina (PS0FG) [5934] Oh, yeah false ... ro ... rockery plants [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5935] Look at these little tiny things!
[5936] ... Alpine.
[5937] ... Ah ha!
Tina (PS0FG) [5938] They want a damn good touch!
Josephine (PS0FF) [5939] What?
Tina (PS0FG) [5940] They want huge [...] or something.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5941] [laughing] Well it's only a tiny box [] !
Tina (PS0FG) [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5942] What did she want her epsom salts for?
[5943] I've seen that [...]
Tina (PS0FG) [5944] It
Josephine (PS0FF) [5945] [...] .
Tina (PS0FG) [5946] What else you got there?
Josephine (PS0FF) [5947] It's for the garden.
Tina (PS0FG) [5948] Give it the horses they [...]
Josephine (PS0FF) [5949] No , it's for the garden.
[5950] ... Here!
[5951] ... It's in these boxes here.
[5952] ... Somewhere.
Tina (PS0FG) [5953] But these are plant killers!
Josephine (PS0FF) [5954] What?
Tina (PS0FG) [5955] This is fertiliser ... for strong leaf growth.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5956] See this is one I've put on.
Tina (PS0FG) [5957] They're wedged in.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5958] Lawn sand controls moss for a beautiful lawn.
Tina (PS0FG) [5959] That controls it.
[5960] ... Ah, that'll kill it.
[5961] ... Moss killer!
[5962] ... [...] . ... See ... it kills moss in minutes.
[5963] Prevents it for months!
[5964] ... Once, one treatment lasts all the season.
[5965] ... Rapidly greens up the lawn.
[5966] ... This effect lasts ... for about four weeks!
Josephine (PS0FF) [5967] No, that's eight pound ... in four weeks.
Tina (PS0FG) [5968] Every four weeks, yeah.
[5969] ... The best thing is to cut it all off and just put ... it means we've gotta get a bit more soil and a bit covered, to pull it off.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5970] See this ... use at any time ... and repeat as required for ... treat in the autumn or the spring.
[5971] ... It doesn't say [...] .
Josephine (PS0FF) [5972] Quickly kills moss, algae and lichen on lawns, paths, fences and [...] .
[5973] ... Helps to control diseases on lawns.
[5974] ... A little bottle.
[5975] ... Apply ... over ... twe , twenty five foot, square feet ... how much is twenty five square?
[5976] ... What is that front lawn?
[5977] About a hundred square feet?
[5978] ... Sure to be.
[5979] ... We want two of these.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5980] No, I wouldn't say that!
Tina (PS0FG) [5981] Oh, yes it's nothing!
[5982] ... Hundred square feet is nothing!
[5983] ... I thought it's a hundred but it ... it's getting on.
[5984] ... More than fifty.
Josephine (PS0FF) [5985] Oh they're all bloody disgusting aren't they?
Tina (PS0FG) [5986] They will be!
Josephine (PS0FF) [5987] Mm.
[5988] ... A second application may be necessary after one month to control the more stubborn weeds.
Tina (PS0FG)