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Rosemary Griffiths, a life-long resident of Buckley in North Wales, remembers a childhood growing-up in the town during and immediately after the second-world war.

Rosemary recounts, with eloquent candour, days of innocence and carefree play based upon mutual trust and making-do. Happy times with lots to excite a curious youngster and her friends

Rosemary's stories tell of the everyday sense of fun, family values and the community spirit that was typical of many rural towns in the Wales of those times...

...to be continued

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