RefNoSY425/A/8212/13
TitleTape 13
DescriptionBand 1. Sheffield Chamber of Trade. President talks of opposition to Sunday Trading Bill. Believes neither traders nor customers want it.

Band 2. Firth Brown Limited. Shareholders meeting rejected amendment which opposed compulsory redundancies.
1) Richard Caborn M.E.P. and Jack Illingworth, shop steward, say workers are now resigned to redundancies.
Sheffield Forgemasters is new firm made by merger of Firth Brown and BSC River Don Works.
2) Managing director of Sheffield Forgemasters says the firm will have to slim down.

Band 3. NUM. Arthur Scargill talks of postponement of pit closures in South Wales.

Band 4. Planning. Opposition from local residents to Bramall Lane development scheme.

Band 5. Pearson Limited, Chesterfield Pottery. Saved from closure by a London businessman. 172 years old. Receiver talks of quality of firm's products.
DateDec 1982
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