Do you know, I never really thought about it until it started and then I thought well, I’m really glad because, you know, children now, I mean, you know, last two generations have no idea. I mean actually it’s promoted some discussion in my family because my grandchildren have never actually asked me any detail. They know I come from Guernsey, they’ve been to Guernsey, they’ve know they’ve got relatives there and everything and I was an evacuee, but they don’t know the full story and now they’re asking me questions wholesale, saying, ‘Well, what did you do? Why didn’t Nana, why weren’t you with her? Why this, why the other, why Bury?’ I said, well we didn’t choose did we- we got on a train, ‘Where’s it going?’, they said Manchester so I mean it was a culture shock to be honest when we got to Manchester, you can well imagine, and we were, well, you would’ve seen the film, you’ll know., we were , I was in the midst of the bombing pretty quickly after we arrived and everybody was in a panic, you know, ‘This isn’t the place for us,’ so we ended up coming to Bury. So, yes, all these questions they ask and I think it’s good and I feel very sad now because a few, I would think about a year ago, somebody asked me if I’d go and speak at this junior school because they’d been doing something about the war and I couldn’t go because I was going away, I think I was going to Guernsey actually, and I thought, ‘Well I don’t think children would be all that interested or understand it’ and now I think, ‘Of course, I missed that opportunity,’ but I thought small children in a junior school but you see it’s good isn’t it because if in years to come they don’t really know or understand, if you get this information that’s quite personal, I mean, they’ll hopefully be able to understand it which is really good isn’t it, because if it was lost forever, which it’s likely to be in the next, well 20 years, I suppose a maximum of 20, because the people who have got the most knowledge of it now, like in their 70s, 80s, and my mother died 2 years ago at 98 I think she was, so you know, she had a wealth of information.