'Ice crime' in Carlisle

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Title

'Ice crime' in Carlisle

Subject

Attempts to address social disorder in Carlisle during World War 1.

Description

An audio account of the breakdown in public order attributed to unsupervised young people frequenting ice cream parlours in Carlisle, and the response which included opening youth clubs. It is noted that employment of women in nearby munitions factories was thought to have contributed to juvenile delinquency.

Creator

BBC Radio Cumbria

Publisher

BBC

Date

First broadcast 2014

Format

Streamed audio file

Coverage

Twentieth century, World War One

Sound Item Type Metadata

Duration

8 minutes 18 seconds

Comments

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Citation

BBC Radio Cumbria, “'Ice crime' in Carlisle,” Local History Resources for Schools, accessed August 19, 2018, https://regionalheritage.omeka.net/items/show/10.