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Sharon Williams was a schoolgirl in Tywyn when the Ugandan Asians arrived, she and her family volunteered at Tonfanau Camp. Williams recalls the sad sight of seeing the displaced Ugandan Asians arriving with so little possessions and recall feeling a frightened and scared at first meeting people from a different country. She discusses the lifelong friendships she made and the strength of the community in Tywyn at the time. Other topics mentioned are: cultural differences; reconnecting through Facebook; Canada.

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