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Memories of Pantymwyn

I vaguely recall my late father and mother telling me that the family made a temporary move from Wallasey, Wirral to Pantymwyn during the Second World War, renting a house (part of a farm) owned by a Mr Jones. It was a vain attempt to get away from the nightly bombing of Merseyside since (according to my late (...Read full memory)

My parents lived in Pantymwyn for quite a few years, Des and Pat Persich, unfortunately both have died. My father remained in the house for a while, and remarried, hence moving away. I have very fond memories of the village, Mum was very active in the Women's Guild, I think it was called. I remember the Leete Race, and the (...Read full memory)

We moved to Pantymwyn from Stretton near Burton on Trent in November 1947 and took up residence in a Terra Nova which was, and although now enlarged, still is a bungalow on Cefn Bychan Road. My dad worked at Jones Bailers but moved to Courtaulds Greenfield site in the early 1950's. Mum was (...Read full memory)

I have very fond memories of coming on a number of occasions to some wooden chalets in Pantymwyn, I think 3 in number. They were in a clearing in the woods and I believe they were used by employees of Liverpool Council. My father worked for Liverpool Council at the time and I remember coming with my mum and dad (...Read full memory)

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