April 1960, Rossington, Doncaster.
Rossington & Yeadon, now lived in Huddersfield
Date of Interview
17th September 2021
“I would be happy to record a second interview for the Back-Chat Website”
Rosie Molinari 9th September 2021
Rosie’s interview is packed full of information – she is an expert in her field of nutrition and school meals and what type of meals should be offered to children.
Rosie comes from a family of 11 children and her father was very well known in Aireborough as PC Norman Copsey.
She has worked in public health but also set up the first duty free shop in the fledgling Leeds Bradford Airport. An independent thinker, Rosie said: “I have lost count of the number of jobs I have walked out of.” She has never liked people talking down to her!
Rosie is a former marathon runner and has very definite views about the Coronavirus and our government’s response to it.
Interviewer: Carlo Harrison
Cataloguer: Fiona Quinton
|Parents – Norman Copsey (Policeman) – Sheila||01.04|
|Large Family – 10 Brothers & Sisters||04.05|
|Growing Up – Rossington||11.05|
|Career – Public Health||12.12|
|School Days – St Peter & Pauls – St Mary’s||13.49|
|International Politics – China – USA – Afghanistan||24.08|
|Sustainable Clothing – Food||30.06|
|Step Grand Children – Maxim (Canada) – Cosimo, Enio & Emma (Uruguay)||37.59|
|Working Life – Leeds Bradford Airport, Duty Free||41.07|
|Coronavirus – Government||56.36|
|Advice To Younger Self||64.05|
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