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Lots Of Things - a Memory of Llancarfan.

School 80 kids age 4 to 11 but you knew everyone.
Boxing Day - Tug of War, men against women with one or two men dressed as women.
Riding bikes through the Ford. Also the other Ford that was unsuitable for motors.
The post office and shop which was Semi detached with the Headmaster's house.
The church and the Baptist chapel which was later sold and converted to a house. The church hall which was also the school dining hall.
The 1977 Silver Jubilee party held inside and outside the hall.
Pancross hill and Pancross Farm.

So many people and so much more.

You may remember me and my family at the Decca Station Pat and Norman Kilday, my brothers Philip and Peter and my Grandma.

By Lesley Kilday now Puncher.


A memory shared by lesleypuncher on Jul 12th, 2020. Send lesleypuncher a message

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