July 1934 in a room above the family shop in Yeadon.
Grew up and lives in Yeadon
Date of Interview
30th April 2019
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Bryan Stott is one of the most charming people you are ever likely to meet.
Locally, Bryan is known through his family businesses in Yeadon and Rawdon; Stotts Plumbers and Stotts Outfitters. On a much wider field Bryan was a well-known and respected Yorkshire County Cricketer who, in his own words, had a unique – if non-conformist – style of batting. It was a batting style peculiar only to Bryan and it worked!
A Yeadon boy who was just five years old at the start of WW2, Bryan has lots of stories to tell. You must listen to the stories about Bryan’s grandmother, a truly unbelievable and generous woman, way ahead of her time.
So, if you want to know how a county cricketer is made, it starts at the age of two!
Interviewer: Carlo Harrison
Cataloguer: Fiona Quinton
Sound Engineer David Myers
|South View School||00.35|
|Aireborough Grammar School||05.05|
|Stott’s Family Business||12.35|
|Stott Family Christmas||21.10|
|WW2 – Cricket||43.10|
|Sheila Alison Moule||1.15.05|
|To be continued – Bryan Stott Part 2|
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