The blurb from the site says "The website creators have interviewed fifty four people who have a connection
with the factory, the large majority having worked there. These
interviews, most of which are available as audio recordings but some as
short films, present a comprehensive overview of what it was like to
work and play at The Raleigh. With over fifteen hours of material to
listen to and to watch, and with new material being uploaded at regular
intervals, this site is an incredibly valuable resource, committed
to preserving and recording the memories of those who worked for one of
Nottingham's most iconic companies."
Added by Les Sims at 20.15 on Thurs 13th March
I'm not sure what make my trike was but here is a picture of me on it.
You don't see kids on three wheelers these days, nor kids in double breasted suits either!
I soon graduated to a second hand two wheeler on which I rode to Gayton Avenue School at Littleover every day.
There were very few private cars on the roads in those days. Quite a few military vehicles though, and such things as bread, milk, and coal were delivered on horse drawn carts. Those were the days!