My family and I relocated to Llangattock in or about 1955/6. We came from the American army camp at Dan-yr-Park. I rather think that the local people thought we were aliens of ...Read full memory
I did not know many of the people of the village or much of the history of the village. However there were some who stay in my memory and to this day I often think about ...Read full memory
To be honest the year is a little vague to me now, but it would have been around the mid-fifties that I have my first memories of Rectory Cottage. I was brought up in England, but my ...Read full memory
I am sorry this is not my memory. I am searching for any information available about the Union Workhouse located in Lower Llangattock. My great-grandmother died in the infirmary there in 1907. I am searching for information about her life there. Thank you.
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