How could I forget another treat - a day out in Barry! This was before the fairground entertainments were there; there was just miles and miles of sand (at least that's how it seemed to me). I think we used to get there by train because I'm sure the trains ran through Bedlinog in those days. My dad's ...Read full memory
Wherever I am I always say my home is Bedlinog - very proud to have been born there. Such happy memories, family, friends and places. I lived on the square and although no longer, I still pop to sit outside my parents home (which incidentally was built by my great father). I attended Salem Chapel which was next door. ...Read full memory
During the second world war when I was about three years old my parents thought it would be safer for me to leave London and live with my mother's parents in Bedlinog. We lived in the High Street and I have such happy memories with my grandparents, Tom and Hannah Blackwell. I remember shopping daily with my ...Read full memory
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