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  • Nena Lawrence, Joyce Hall & Elva Headman

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These three women all came to the UK and worked in nursing. When they first came to the UK, people stared at them but after a while Joyce explains that their neighbours started talking to them. Despite the warmth of the Welsh people, they still miss the Jamaican sun during winter.

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