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Happy Holidays In Abersoch - a Memory of Abersoch.

Since 1962 I have always been to Abersoch at least once a year if not two three or four times!!
In the early years we always stopped in a flat over the cowsheds at Tyn y Mur farm. ( These have now been beautifully converted - in our day there was no bath room and an outside loo!!)It was farmed by Mr and Mrs Olwyn Jones. Mr Jones was a lay preacher as well as a farmer and Mrs Jones was a nurse at the hospital in Pwllhelli. I could not believe it when I found this photo as there is Mrs Jones and her lovely Triumph Herald parked outside the newsagents .Happy Days!!


A memory shared by Shan Moule on Nov 15th, 2006. Send Shan Moule a message

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