Sara's story: They were always escaping. I remember one day waking up and there were about forty sheep on my lawn.
Mary Margaret's Story: But we’re survivors, aren’t we, and it makes me proud that we can survive through anything: living on a roadside, with no electricity, no water, not heating, no food. I’m proud of how them traditions get passed on.
Tracey and Pete's Stories: We still dance in the kitchen. We put on our Country and Western music and dance around the island, usually on a Sunday morning.
Imani's Story: Although I think probably the hardest thing for young people is wondering, ‘Am I ever going to have sex again?'
Emma-Jayne and Michal's Stories: But when we see what's happened to friends in the trade, we know we're the lucky ones.