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This is an audio clip from an interview with P. C., where he talks about the Kosher butcher.

In his interview, P. C. talks about how music has been a major part of his life and mention, in particular, his time spent in jazz bands during his youth, and his more recent musical activities in the synagogue in Leeds. He also reminisces about his Jewish upbringing in Newport, and the role that he helped to play in the Queen’s Hill Crescent’s burial committee, Chevra Kadisha, preparing dead members of the Hebrew community for burial. Finally, P. C. discusses the changes that the Newport Hebrew community has gone through over the last fifty years and offers possible reasons why this may have happened.

Depository: The National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales.

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