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Photograph of Bull Bay, looking east, showing typical Anglesey rocky coastal features, 18 August 2004.

Lia Lesser, a child refugee from from Prague, Czechoslovakia, was fostered by a Christian woman from Bull Bay.

About Bull Bay, Anglesey.

Bull Bay (Welsh Porth Llechog) is a village and bay on the northern coast of Anglesey, Wales.
The village is the most northerly village in Wales. It has a small population of under 300 people (2011 census).

Refugees from National Socialism in Wales: Kindertransportees - Lia Lesser [accessed 22 December 2021]

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