Childhood memories

by Susan
(Cumbria)

Dear Wil


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.

Susan

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