Josh: What's your name sir?
J: Perry. Pleased to meet you Perry. What do you do for fun, Perry, first?
P: What do I do for fun?
P: Erm, now, my age, fishing.
J: Fishing? Nice, river or sea?
P: Anything, anywhere where there's fish.
J: Nice. How long have you lived in the area?
P: Er, 54 years. It's where your roots are, innit. I mean, I've had opportunities - I moved out for a little while, couple of years, but I moved back because I missed it.
P: Yeah I mean it's all changed round here, obviously, everything, there's all the pubs, that pub was a bit of a pub, my pal's pub over there...it's just changed, I dunno. Pubs have changed, pubs have had it, pubs have gone. It's all now bistros, restaurants.
P: My kids go out and enjoy them all so yeah, it's not my cup of tea.
J: Ha. Do you have any memories of this park, um, before-?
P: I used to play in it when I was a kid, this was a bombed ruin. These were ruins, this wasn't here, this park has only been here, I dunno, twenty years maybe. Before that it was, it was just - there was a road going through the middle and a road going along the side and then there was a wall all the way round it, and you looked over the wall and it was about a ten foot drop to ruins where they pulled all the houses down from the bombings from the war.
J: Wow. You used to play in the rubble?