13th April 1960 Four Gables Maternity Home, Horsforth
Grew up in Yeadon now lives in London
Date of Interview
6th May 2020
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Fiona Quinton is a Yeadon girl now living in London. Her parents owned the Handyman Stores in Kirk Lane which was a part of her childhood. Her career was in the world of journalism becoming a travel writer and travelling the world and becoming the travel editor of Teletext. Fiona is a vital piece of the ongoing Back Chat development too. Her interests are criminal courts, local history and graveyards.
Sit back and listen to understand more about that.
Interviewer: Carlo Harrison
Cataloguer: Fiona Quinton
Sound Engineer David Myers
|John & Eileen Quinton||14.55|
|Handyman Stores, Kirk Lane, Yeadon||15.09|
|Family Life, Sister carol Lesley||19.51|
|Life in London||21.17|
|Westfield primary School & Aireborough Grammar School||25.01|
|60th Birthday Celebrations||26.55|
|Working Life, Research, Journalism, Travel Writing||31.22|
|Teletext, Travel editor||41.45|
|Children, Finlay & Maud Quinton||46.45|
|Back Chat Database||48.33|
|Working life, School website London||52.06|
|Residents Association, Community Activities, London||55.37|
|Colney Hatch Asylum, Mental after care association, London||58.32|
|Interests, Criminal Courts and Graveyards||1.01.06|
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