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Interview with Trevor Lock, part 2.

titleInterview with Trevor Lock, part 2.
description13 minutes and 46 seconds interview with Trevor Lock. Trevor Lock was born in Portsmouth in 1949 and moved to Leicester in 1975 to work as Information Development Officer at the National Youth Bureau (now the National Youth Agency). In this second part of his interview he talks about his life in Leicester including: living in the Cultural Quarter, the development of the Cultural Quarter through European Union money, his work for the Labour Party, giving evidence to council working parties on the development of the Cultural Quarter, the recession causing investment to cease, and his memories of the Odeon cinema. Trevor also discusses the online magazine "Arts in Leicestershire" formed in 2005, of which he is editor in chief, and describes living in Deuce House.
placeLeicester;Leicester -- Rutland Street
publisherHulme, Tom
contributorsLock, Trevor
themesConservation and urban regeneration;Cultural life;Diversity;Music
Digitisation noteInterview recorded for 'Changing Industries in Leicester's Cultural Quarter', a collaboration between University of Leicester, Cuttlefish Multimedia Ltd and Phoenix. Courtesy East Midlands Oral History Archive. See for further details.
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CreatedThu, 15 May 2014
ModifiedWed, 10 Sep 2014 11:24