Miners Rally, Bakers Strike 1965

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    Item title reads - Miners rally, Bakers strike.

    Miners protest about pit closures, and people queue for bread during bakers strike. Cardiff, Wales.

    L/S coal mine in Pontypridd, M/S row of terraced houses, shots of pit. M/S miners marching through Cardiff with placards to protest against pit closures. L/S people gathered outside hall. Various interior shots of Will Paynter, General Secretary of Miners Union, making speech. M/S Leo Abse, M.P. for Pontypool speaking.

    M/S women gathered round bread van. M/S as woman carries bread into shop, pan to bread in window. C/U sign "Orders taken for fresh bread for Saturday and Sunday". M/S bread being piled on counter. C/U sign "Bread will be 1/7d each. We must charge this to cover cost of petrol etc. to obtain bread". M/S woman buying loaf. M/S small boy with loaf walking towards camera.

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    01:40:34:00 / 01:41:45:00
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