Happy Days In Margam - a Memory of Margam.

I too can remember the things mentioned especially going to Margam Abbey and looking over the graves, we used to do things like that then. I remember the names mentioned but didn't know them well. Teresa Foster was a friend and my older sister used to work at Fosters, it is through Teresa that I am able to comment as she kindly sent me the link. I also remember the Round Chapel which was moved to what I used to know as Banana Island and is still there now. Loved the walks up Brombil Lane, attended Groes School, moved from Margam when I was 19.


A memory shared by Marilyn Davies on Feb 5th, 2012. Send Marilyn Davies a message

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