Easton

Diversity, Group Singing & Cat’s Graves.

 

In this episode, Karen, Harpul and Justin tell us about living and working on Hinton Road. We also learn about the history of the legendary local shop Sweet Mart on St Marks Road, from its opening in the 1970s to the present day with owner Rashid Majothi and his family. Then Sheila, who is a natural voice practitioner and runs Easton Community Choir in the community centre, reveals why group singing is good for all of us. Finally, it is the lovely Edna who grew up in Easton and reflects on how the area has changed in her lifetime.

Contributors: Jake Gaule and Kit Ross

Sound: Jake Gaule

Music: Wilfred de Salis

Graphic: Ruth Harris

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