Memories of Brynna

Bisley Junior House 1948 To 1952

I am not sure of the name that was given to me way back in 1948, so my age would have been about 7 years old,I think the person who put me there was mrs Bates or she could have been using her maiden name of Hancox.I don't remember much of the place or the teachers names, only names of past students remarks of ...Read full memory

A memory of Brynna by Ric Amos

Wonderful Memories Of Brynna Village Life 1946 To Late 60's

I was very interested to read Gary Edwards (Buddhas) recollection of our schoolboy days in Brynna, what a wonderful time we all had in Brynna Woods and down the Ducka,playing football down the park from early morning to late at night, sometimes playing with 15 to 20 players a side, ...Read full memory

A memory of Brynna by Philip Dauncey

My Childhood Days Brynna Boy

8 Southall Street /16 Tan-y-Bryn. We, the Brynna Boys, used to run to school, Mr & Mrs Davies Head Master and thei two daughters, strict and friendly, firm and kind. I can only describe those happy days, Coronation year, getting our school free mug, watching on a black and white12 inch telly crammed into class. ...Read full memory

A memory of Brynna by Gary Edwards

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