I remember " Washi bach "
by mike jones
I remember "Washi Bach".
I must have been about 4 or 5 years old, Living in Ucheldre, Llangefni
in the 1960's.
I only have memories of him walking past Siop Penry
towards the old factory. My mum always threatend my sister and I that if we were naughty that Washi bach would come and get us!
Shame really, The poor guy probably wouldn't have done a thing to us. But My God
, the threat was enough to make us behave ourselves.
I was born at No. 27 and lived next door to Janette, Mrs Peacock and Aunty Sally (Sally Parry).
My memories are the same, though no threat about Washi Bach.
I also remember playing football and stuff with David, Penry's son.
Thanks for getting in touch.
Diolch i ti,
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