• MY DAD -Childhood memories of a steelworker's daughter

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Mary Daniels (nee McLoughlin) a steel-worker's daughter, movingly recalls childhood days when her late father was a union representative at the John Summers & Sons steelworks in SHOTTON. She tells of her dad's dedication to his job and the interests of the work-force he represented at a time when management were introducing new processes for production monitoring. And of one occasion when the future of steelmaking at Shotton was under threat -and issues came to a head at a family teatime. At its peak, the John Summers & Sons / British Steel plant employed a workforce of over 13,000. This clip was is part of a living-heritage project "Voices Of Steel". It was filmed during 2016 at the Kathleen & May Heritage Centre, Dock Road, Connahs Quay, Flintshire. All content (c) John Butler 2016

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