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Ray Flanagan, Leigh Davidson, Carol Perry & JJ Bruce’s Stories

Ray Flanagan, Leigh Davidson, Carol Perry & JJ Bruce’s Stories

By on Jul 1, 2013 in Dharmananda | 0 comments

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Great. And we can go back to some of the early history again when Carol comes – but Ray, given that you came early on – how did you get on with the neighbours?

Ray: Ok, well it was pretty good when I first arrived. We got on well with all the locals that were around here and had a bit to do with some of them. It wasn’t until after the Terania Protest that things started to sour a bit with some of the locals, some of the older locals. Before that yeah it was great. But we still had good relations with some of them.

Leigh: Here’s Carol… [Carol Perry joins us]

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