Ammanford Memories

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My grandparents, James and Mary Walters, owned the John Bull Stores from the 20's to the 30's and lived at 9, Margaret Street.

Going to Ammanford Park was a rare treat even though we only lived 3 miles away in Capel Hendre. It was a beautifully manicured park with a great bandstand which was used more for children to play in, than the Ammanford Silver Band! It had a good tennis court and I remember the summer of 1969 when we played tennis in the (...Read full memory)