Edna Hicks was a Methodist and daughter of a Methodist minister. Here she relates the importance of Methodism to her beliefs and explains why she would not have taught at a Church of England School.
"Well, there was a new vicar come there..."
Rosa Taylor went to the Baptist Chapel on Ruardean Hill. She left on a couple of occasions after ‘upsets’ or disagreements. Here she describes how a vicar tried to change the times of the service compromising Rosa and a couple from Coleford’s ability to go to chapel. Even so, she still returned.