Washi Bach at Holyhead

by Glynne Pritchard
(Caergybi)




















There was a row of derelict houses at Garden Place to Blue Bell, Holyhead in the late 1940's early 50's.

Washi Bach would set up camp here for a few days and we London Road boys would would nick the odd sausage or slice of bacon from home and sit with him as he cooked them up on his fire.

I wish I could remember his stories, but we were never in any fear of him.

Regards

Glynne

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