RefNoSY425/A/7502/3
TitleTape 3
DescriptionBand 1. Chesterfield. Recollections of the plague in 1586.

Band 2. Rail Transport. Local NUR Secretary talks in opposition to proposed M67 link. Feels rail haulage between Sheffield and manchester would be more efficient.

Band 3. NUM. Arthur Scargill talks about how pleased he is that the Miners pay settlement has broken the 'Social Contract'.

Band 4. Sheffield Chamber of Trade. President elect calls for doctors and nurses to unite in pressing for more money.

Band 6. Unemployment. Manager of an Employment Agency talks on Sheffield's 5,500 unemployment figures.

Band 7. HMS Sheffield. Naval Acceptance ceremony. Captain Robin Heath talks of the close ties the ship has with the city. Some of the steel used on her was made in Sheffield. Crews visit to Sheffield.

Band 9. Barnsley Chop. What is it? Four chops on one roast joint and how hot it is served. Hotel manager gives details.

Band 10. Campaign for Real Ale. Issue of a 'Good Beer Guide' for local area. Support from local MPs. What is 'Good Tratitional Beer'? Explanation.
DateFeb 1975
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