Monthly Archives: July 2012

Sunday, 29th July, 2012.

We walked, Rosie and Bess and me, along a familiar route between the lane from Ystrad Meurig to Swyddffynnon towards Ty’n-y-Craig.   It is part of the former railway-line between Aberystwyth and Carmarthen, closed by a Tory government in 1965. Various … Continue reading

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Thursday, 26th July, 2012.

Though I’m The Person Least Interested In The Olympics, they’ve served to remind me of something from my skooldays. I passed the 11-Plus (show off!) and went to Wolverhampton Grammar Skool during its transition from being a private school to … Continue reading

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Sunday, 1st July, 2012.

Going Back      It was like driving through a cuddly green eiderdown, Midsummer’s leaves all about us.   We were taking advantage of this fine sunny day to visit the place where, I believe, my great-great-grandfather, Richard Llowarch, spent his young … Continue reading

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