‘Kommander’s Carr’ Katy Carr feature in Polish Observer 16-31 Dec 2009

About your history and love of Poland, your music, documentary and flying.

Kommander’s Carr

So please tell us about your Polish Roots…

My mother is Polish. My Father worked in Poland during the 1970s and beginning of the 1980s. He worked for a company in Wroclawek where my mother also worked and that’s how they met. We lived in a block of flats. I can’t remember much about this time because I was only 5 years old, but I remember a little about Polish school [laughter].

Afterwards your parents moved to Great Britain?

Yes, I came here when I was 5 years old and I started school here. However every year I went to Poland for my holidays. My mother has many sisters, therefore I have many aunties.

Then can I say that Poland is your second country?

Poland is my country. I am half Polish and half English, but I have more Polish Blood. Whenever I am in Poland I feel at home.

Is it true that you would like to live in Poland?

Yes because it is a very beautiful country. There are beautiful beaches, mountains, countryside but most importantly  – people. I really like Polish people…..Watch this space more to be added from a future translation! for PDF CLICK HERE The Polish Observer Katy is on Pages 1/16/17 keep clicking to get the downloadable file!

Interview by Monika Rudzińska, Editor of The Polish Observer.

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