Hi, I was looking on the site reminising about my father, Malcolm LLoyd who lived at 156 Marine Street with my grandparents, Walter and Dilys LLoyd until he ...Read full memory
My mam had died not so long ago when I was 8 years old. Me and my brother and sister, and my dad, we lived in Elm Street, near the wall at the river that came out of the Ebbw Vale ...Read full memory
I was born at 1 Woodville Road, Cwm on the 15th November 1940. My Grandfarther was a Miner at the Marine Collery. His fellow miners called him "Stonejar Morgan" because he took a stonejar full of water to work each day. He was a rescue worker during the "Six Bells" disaster.
My father worked at the marine colliery for over 20 years. His name was Jack Bedford, from Brynmawr, a hard working man. There was a pitfall in 1964 where a friend and workmate was ...Read full memory
I was born in Wales and lived at 3 Bailey Street until moving to Canada at age 10. All of my memories of Cwm are wonderful ones, sliding down the mountain on cardboard, wading in the river ...Read full memory
My wonderful dad passed away last October. He was born in Cwm in 1934 and left aound 1955 when he moved to Corby, Northants. he was so very proud of his welsh roots and was over the moon when we ...Read full memory
My Dad and his sisters were all born in the Cwm, at 10 Bailey Street in the 1920's. They later lived at 4 Woodville Road. My grandfather Bertie Pitts and all his brothers worked in ...Read full memory
I remember playing on the sports ground when I was living in Cwm; my house was in 13 Elm Street, just near the field. Dad had a little garden plot just nearby and he grew some vegies there.. ...Read full memory
can any body remember the dairy farm in BRUTON !SOMERSET. I used to go there on my holidays to my uncles farm ! he was the local milk man. I used to sit up next to him on the ...Read full memory
I was born in 1955 and lived in Cwm. I went to Dyffryn Secondary School before going on to the North Monmouthshire College of Further Education to study a Secretarial course. My ...Read full memory
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