Beaumaris

by Dai Jnes
(Lincolnshire)

Hi there,


Can you please tell me who you are, as you seem to know a hell of a lot about the town.

But there again I reckon I know more about the place than you do.

Regards

Dai

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Wil to Dai Jones, Lioncolnshire
by: Wil

Annwyl Dai

My name is Wil and I live on Anglesey.

I happen to be someone who both loves and cares about my Island home of Anglesey.

I also happen to love the Menai Straits, which stretches all the way from Penmon to Abermenai Point at Llanddwyn.

One thing I actually do is take the time to listen to people, especially their stories and care enough to want to have these stories logged before the source passes on.

It's worth doing because once these gaints among us have gone to their just rewards, then these tales are lost forever.

So, Dai. Who are you? And what stories do you have about Beaumaris that you love and don't want forgotten. Characters? Growing up in Beaumaris?

Do tell.

Hwyl i ti a diolch am ysgrifennu at fy ngwefan,

Wil


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