Gaenor

by Gaenor Williams
(Budleigh Salterton, Devon)

Hi Will

Great web page. I was brought up on Anglesey. At Bryn rEfail I went to school at Penrhoslligwy. There were 17 children and 2 teachers there.

We moved to Caernarfon when I was 10, I missed Anglesey so much. We used to walk over Bodafon Mountain on a Saturday in summer to visit our relatives at Capel Coch.

My Nain and Taid lived at Bwlch Daran, Capel Coch, Nain died when I was about 6 years old that was 1950. My family still live on Anglesey but I live down here in Devon. I love my visits to Anglesey and look forward to my next visit in September.

I love reading about the things which happen and all the stories you print, keep up the good work.

Gaenor
Thank you

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