TranscriptI always remember going across the Rye in this ambulance, horse drawn this was at the time, 'cause there wasn't motor cars so much then, and I used to think 'They're taking me through the country,' when you was kids you don't know what you're doing. Going out of school I wouldn't go, I used to bunk off. I remember I was going across the Rye to go to school and that, I said to the nurse, I said 'I want to go the toilet' and I said, 'Can you drop me by the park?' 'Cause in the park they'd got a toilet, and I went in there and I went out the other side. I bunked away. And I made sure, if anybody followed me, I made sure they never did.