Three families are relocated to the country with only provisions that were available in the 1920s.Family Life / Historical / Nonfiction / Social Science`strong> English 3h 38m Sell Sheet
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Part 1 of the Coal House series.
Life is tough in 1927. The men experience the dangers and hardships of life at the coalface. Mum's life is a fourteen-hour shift of endless housework, including cooking on a coal-range fire, doing the washing by hand, and heating water for the tin bath. And life is no easier for the children, who must get used to the harsh discipline of the 1920s classroom. But it's not all doom and gloom. The families find ways of having fun despite the hardships, including celebrating a birthday, experiencing Halloween, and enjoying a concert.