I was Born in Lon Gefn Bodedern and started school in the Village when I was 4 yrs old ,I have memories of the Head Master Mr Jones and his two daughters the youngest being Guinivere ? I have many happy memeories of the Village I remember Teacher Nin who would come to the Schools Christmas Parties etc .Sadly my ...Read full memory
My family moved to Bodedern in the mid 50's & I have many fond memories. My father was the minister at Gilgal & I attended the local village school then Holyhead County School. Our headteacher at the local school was Mr Jones & at Holyhead, Mr Trevor Lovett. The village was a friendly place to ...Read full memory
We moved to the village in 1967 and lived in Garden Lane and Plas Maen. I have fond memories of the old school and childrens clubs in the village hall. I well remember when the fish and chip shop first opened in the village and people came from far and wide, not only for the chips but to stare at Jimmy the owner because he was the first coloured man that they had ever seen!
I was born and raised in Bron Y Graig and remember most of the names you mention. I don't remember Mr Jones as headmaster but I do recall Mr Roberts who I assumed followed him.. if your father was the reverand at Gilgal then i'm sure I must have met him because I had to attend chapel 3 times every Sunday, much to my consternation if I'm ...Read full memory
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