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Gypsies and Georgetown - Fran Llewellyn

FranLlewellyn.jpgGeorgetown was a very different place a century ago. And with the Georgetown Conference and talk about rural revitalization looming, we thought we'd talk to one of Georgetown's oldest residents about how the town has changed over the years.

Fran Llewellyn is 100 years old, and has seen the fishing town go from a boom to bust... with people struggling to find food. She also shares her memories from her childhood, when parents would scare their children with rumours about the Gypsies stealing animals... and children. She spoke with the CBC's Lindsay Carroll.

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