Having a quick look at some of the contributions,I would first say to merthyrlad. no the ashes were not from the works, but tipped there from the ash carts ( firegrate ashes mostly)and other rubbish..And they continued tha opposite the school at the bottom of Regent St. To oochiboy. Nice to see some respect, and thanks to his teacher.The lost word " RESPECT"
Hi Ken Yes I had your message thanks,and I hope the new year is treating you well. What part of Ozzie land are you at?. have three friends that I speak to on SKYPE ,one in Melbourne ,one in Adelaide and the other in Perth. I am still in touch with the Robberts family of Bryntyrion St. Clem. lives in Swansea and Edna in Chester,she is an MBE. Take care. Mal
Mal. Im living retired,in Cooktown in the far north Qeensland,a sleepy little town 2000 people nice and peacefull,and tropical,yes I remeember the Roberts their father was a builder. All the best to you. Ken
My late husband attended the school from infants up to end of school days, and can recall him , talking about a head master called Mr Beynon, MR Jone who I beleive was wood work he was born in solamon street, then lived in council st; he moved to garden city, where he was livingn at the time I meet him then moved to pant prie to us getting married, 1971 after leaving school he worked with his father at lines bros at georgetown, and went on from there to M.T.C.B.C. transport dept where he stayed for 12 yrs approx. We then moved to Ystrad Mynach :'(where he worked as a surface foreman for about 10 yrs pri to his accident, where he then retired. He also had 3 brothers who where also in the same school, Alan the eldest (dec) Roger, Paul (dec). It would be nice to hear from any one who may have remembered my husband, or have any old phots with him in regards lis
Post by malcolmharries on Oct 3, 2010 19:42:09 GMT 1
I knew Alan Connors very well,his Mam and Dad used to bring all the children to the Elim Chapel in Ivor St. Dowlais,and Alan would always be one of the first to greet you .I was sad to hear of his passing. They were a nice family.