Fiona Clark

Born

January 1976 at Oban Maternity Hospital, Oban, Scotland. 

Background

“Moved around a lot due to dad’s job. In February 2020 moved to Shipley, West Yorkshire.”

Date of Interview

12th May 2020

“ Yup, 

I give you permission to publish”

Fiona Clark  (11th January 2021)

Fiona Clark is a refreshing, bright and bubbly person. She is a barber and proud of it – just don’t dare call her a hairdresser!

Our chat gives us first-hand knowledge of what it’s like to run a business in a time of Covid-19 closures.

We talk about school days in Scotland and Scottish independence as well as hobbies including boot camps, running and home renovation.

A lively young lady who was a delight to interview.

Interviewer: Carlo Harrison

Cataloguer: Fiona Quinton

Sound Engineer David Myers


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You can listen to the entire recording by clicking the start arrow or, you can move the slider to one of times shown for the headings opposite, they are a guide to the many things we chatted about.
Coronavirus – Effect on Barber’s Business 0.4
Coronavirus – Country & Government 15.2
Scottish Independence 20.50 
Parents – McKellaich (Mother) – Alex Clark (Police Officer) 22.4
Teenage Years 30.15
School Days In Scotland 31
Hairdressing / Barbering 36.45
Boot Camps, Running, Home Renovation, Gardening 47.35
Brexit 52.4

 

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Recording this social history, chatting to different people about a whole host of subjects is a real pleasure, such an interesting and I think worthwhile project for people to listen to both now and in years to come.

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