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Memories of Llanddulas

My parents owned the Sea Shell Cafe....a local haunt for all teens with frothy coffee & a great juke box. Also the newsagent over the road and a B&B. I had a lovely childhood growing up here.

My name is Dilys Bandtock nee Williams, what a shock I got this morning while browsing my computer to come across this site Wow! Explore my past, gee I was born here in 1938 in Raynes Cottages, Llysfaen Station in the ICI Quarry. I attended Old Colwyn Council School and Pendorlan Secondary Modern, my father (...Read full memory)

My mother and father had their honeymoon in Llanddulas. It was the favourite camping place for the company of the Boys' Brigade attached to our church in Denton, near Manchester. My first memory of this place was in 1943; yes during World War II. I was camping in the family tent, with my mother (...Read full memory)

My mother and father owned the Dulas Arms back in 1945-1949, I still have the original Guest Book. I think Nora was my Nanny. I now live in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. If anyone knows more about this time, please let me know. I can scan pages from the Guest Book and forward. Does anyone know if Freddie Jones is still around?

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