Contact

Daphne Neville

tel: 01285 760 234

mobile: 07772 642470 (no signal at home)

Baker’s Mill, Frampton Mansell, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL6 8JH

Daphne Neville by Sylvain Guenot 2014

Daphne Neville by Sylvain Guenot 2014

 

 

 

 

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8 responses to “Contact

  1. collecting stories about the wider area of Stroud. I am sure Ms Neville has an end less store of them, is Daphne interested in recording her memories of Chalford in the old days? Memories of George & Dorcas maybe. The website explains by example.
    If anyone is interested, especially Daphne, please get in touch. Have recorder, will travel.
    TIA

    • Yes, Daphne would love to tell you about George and Dorcas et al. She has lived at Bakers Mill since 1965, so has a wealth of stories. She is incredibly busy right now but you could ring her after Monday 28th July and see what is a good day for her. Last minute is good if she is free.

    • If you’d still like to interview Daphne Neville for Stroud Voices, do ring her one morning this week: 01285 760 234

  2. wanglei

    Dear Sir
    Best wishes and warmest thoughts to you!May your everyday be filled with special moment, warmth, peace and happiness,everything goes better and better in the future!
    I am a chinese,and Daphne Neville’s loyal supporter,she was,she is and will always be the best!I believe in her and I will enjoy looking around and following she ups, downs, highs and lows!I want to get her signature, hope you can help me,thank you very much!
    She is the best in my heart forever!
    My Address:
    Wanglei
    Baishi road 44-4#
    Zhifu district 264000 Yantai
    Shandong
    China

  3. Gill Harris

    Daphne, I wonder if you remember me? I was known as Tilly and was a friend of Angus Ross. We both had flats at Arundel Gardens, Notting Hill in the late 60s. Angus brought me down to the Mill, what a lovely house! Have you still got the fire engine? I have seen you over the years, congratulations on your jam making triumphs! I am now a farmers wife in Suffolk, retired from a hectic London life and making jams and pickles too.

    Gill Harris (formerly Tilly Beresford Torry)

    • We still see Angus and Daphne still lives at Bakers Mill, still making jam. The fire engine when long ago but was replaced by other vintage cars and boats. Do give Daphne a ring. You’ll need to remind her of how you met but she’d love a chat: 01285 760 234

  4. I’ve just come across this wonderful website and tales of Daphne’s experiences. I wonder if Daphne would be happy to chat to me about her time working with The Two Ronnies on The Worm That Turned?

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