Nostalgic memories of Margam's local history
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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 (...Read full memory)
Knowing where to start with the many memories that I have of Groes Village is difficult. For many years my brother and I were dispatched, from our home in Hertfordshire, for the entire school summer holiday to stay with Mansel and Martha Jones, our grandparents, at 14 Groes, Margam. There was always huge (...Read full memory)
Groes village, my earliest memories. My first school, my lovely memories of chapel and also my very happy memories of time spent with my older sisters up Brombil Farm, where we used to call for Mrs. Maddocks to go to Sunday School. Picnics we used to have amongst the Rhodedendrons. So many happy days spent here in this village. SHOULD NEVER HAVE BEEN ALLOWED TO DEMOLISH. SO SAD.