When l was four or five my Father went to work in Cemaes Bay,1951. l went to school there along with my older brother and learned to speak welsh,sadly l cannot anymore.
I remember it being a quaint little village and we lived in a small cottage. We had a stream at the bottom of our garden or yard - cannot visualise what it was.
There was a wild cat that used to come up from there and come in the house. My Mother fed it and it would stay a while then go back.
My brother and l loved to visit the fishermen fishing in the bay.
I would love to revisit it one day and it looks as beautiful today as then,although it has changed a little.
I have memories of happy times there.
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Anglesey Hidden Gem
It is a simple and obvious thing to say, that any view or place is improved significantly when you have stories and knowledge attached to what you are viewing.
May I therefore invite you to have a look at my book ‘Anglesey Hidden Gem’.
This book is full of the known and unexpected places off the beaten path you might wish to visit and offers you stories that will bring to life the distant and recent past.
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‘Appalling Lies & Inspiring Missives from Anglesey'
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