Following the summary film of the 9 November conference and which was attended by over people, we can now show you the expertly edited films by Adam Finch Films of the excellent speakers on the day. This talk highlights some of the lesser known stories of the many different migrant communities that have made the Fens their home over the last years:. Soil in their Souls — Rex Sly. Born in the Fens, Rex Sly is the son of a farmer whose lineage in farming here goes back to the 17th century. Leisure on the Great Ouse — Mick Jones. Director of Jones Boatyard a family business based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire on the River Great Ouse since , Mick gives a very personal story of the midth century leisure use of the River Great Ouse and wider fenland waterways:.
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