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Lynn Knight's memoir tells how three generations of her family were adopted in three distinct ways. Today, it is 1865 and her great-grandfather begins his new life.

The corner shop at 150 Station Road, Wheeldon Mill in Derbyshire was run by Lynn Knight's grandmother, and for the first half of the twentieth century was at the heart of family life. Everything from bread, eggs, sweets and laundry soap could be bought there, and it was also the place where the story of three adoptions across three generations unfolded. As Lynn Knight reveals her family's story she also sheds light on a vanished world.

The reader is Barbara Flynn.

Abridged by Julian Wilkinson.

Produced by Elizabeth Allard.

Lynn Knight's memoir tells the story of her accidental family.

Lynn Knight's memoir tells how three generations of her family were adopted in three distinct ways.

Today, it is 1865 and her great-grandfather begins his new life.

The corner shop at 150 Station Road, Wheeldon Mill in Derbyshire was run by Lynn Knight's grandmother, and for the first half of the twentieth century was at the heart of family life.

Everything from bread, eggs, sweets and laundry soap could be bought there, and it was also the place where the story of three adoptions across three generations unfolded.

As Lynn Knight reveals her family's story she also sheds light on a vanished world.

0220110802

At the heart of Lynn Knight's family memoir is the corner shop at 150 Station Road, Wheeldon Mill in Derbyshire.

Run by her grandmother, for the first half of the twentieth century it sold everything from bread, eggs, sweets and laundry soap.

It was also the place where the story of three adoptions across three generations unfolded.

Today, great-aunt Eva is the second child to be taken in by Lynn Knight's family.

The reader is Barbara Flynn.

Abridged by Julian Wilkinson.

Produced by Elizabeth Allard.

Lynn Knight's memoir tells the story of her accidental family.

0320110803

At the heart of Lynn Knight's family memoir is the corner shop at 150 Station Road, Wheeldon Mill in Derbyshire.

Run by her grandmother, for the first half of the twentieth century it sold everything from bread, eggs, sweets and laundry soap.

It was also the place where the story of three adoptions across three generations unfolded.

Today, it is 1930 and Lynn Knight's mother, Cora, after much anticipation is warmly welcomed into the family.

The reader is Barbara Flynn.

Abridged by Julian Wilkinson.

Produced by Elizabeth Allard.

Lynn Knight's memoir tells the story of her accidental family.

0420110804

At the heart of Lynn Knight's family memoir is the corner shop at 150 Station Road, Wheeldon Mill in Derbyshire.

Run by her grandmother, for the first half of the twentieth century it sold everything from bread, eggs, sweets and laundry soap.

It was also the place where the story of three adoptions across three generations unfolded.

Today, Lynn's mother, Cora discovers the mysteries of the shop and her grandfather, Dick's magical wood.

The reader is Barbara Flynn.

Abridged by Julian Wilkinson.

Produced by Elizabeth Allard.

Lynn Knight's memoir tells the story of her accidental family.

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Lynn Knight's family memoir tells how three generations of her family were adopted in three distinct ways.

Today, Lynn Knight recounts the story of how her mother uncovered the mystery and the truth surrounding her beginning.

The reader is Barbara Flynn.

Abridged by Julian Wilkinson.

Produced by Elizabeth Allard.

Lynn Knight's memoir tells the story of her accidental family.