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Growing Up In Tir Yr Berth - a Memory of Tir-y-berth.

I grew up in Tir-Yr-Berth, my friends I recall were; Gwyn Fieldhouse, Alan Langford, sadly not with us anymore, killed on motorcycle. John and Clive Williams, David Thomas, Alan Swift and many more. I lived in 29 Duffryn Street, nearly opposite the Parkers and next door to the Sharps. Remember Brian and Janet Sharp. I also remember 'bomber' Williams who was friends with my father Cyril Aurelius who was brought up in 'the berth'. Lot of fond memories of the berth. I moved to near Worthing before the miners strike in 1984, am still here. If anyone that knows me wishes to contact me my e-mail address is:

A memory shared by David Aurelius on Feb 2nd, 2014. Send David Aurelius a message

 Comments & Feedback

Fri Sep 8th 2017, at 5:32 pm
baldymans commented:
What a wonderful little mining village we grew up in in the 50th. Wonderful people.

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