Working Together Project: Interview with Sue Gwilliam by National Co-operative Archive published on 2018-08-21T13:48:17Z Date of Interview: 28/03/2018 Interviewee: Sue Gwilliam Interviewer: Philippa Lewis Some parts of the interview have been redacted due to personal data. Summary: [00:00:04] Brief discussion of material that Sue Gwilliam has brought along to support the interview, some of which to be deposited at the National Co-operative Archive. [00:00:49] Sue outlines how she first came to be involved in the worker co-op movement, includes brief discussion of Volvo-type experiments at Clarks Shoes, Beechwood College, PERG, and Oxford Collectives meetings. [00:10:16] Discusses attempt to set up Oxford branch of ICOM, and the Old Bakehouse Trust. [00:17:44] Talks about working at Croydon CDA. [00:22:44] Discusses the Co-operative Advisory Group and material held relating to this. [00:30:20] Talks about work of Croydon CDA. [00:34:30] Discusses work with Community Accountancy Services. [00:54:14] Discusses measures taken to support pregnant workers at CAS. [00:59:45] Discusses returning to work at CAS after a period away. [01:04:34] Discusses the voluntary liquidation of CAS. [01:12:36] Discusses childcare and work at Greenwich Mural Workshop. [01:20:22] Discusses work as a career advisor. [01:23:49] Mentions co-ops which existed in Bristol at the time.