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Remembered Today:

Llandudno Lads In Foreign Fields


Ron da Valli

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Hi Ron,

Not heard of it till now, so thanks for flagging this up. I will have a think about getting a copy but there's a lot of new stuff coming out relevant to Wales and I know I won't get it all at once!

Clive

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News to me too. Thanks for pointing it out Ron.

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  • 1 month later...

Just found the book myself , I used to parade the cenotaph and being a Llandudno lad myself I cant wait to receive my copy , anyone from Llandudno here ?

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A bit of secret self promotion here, it's actually my book!!

Hope you like it wj. Welcome to the forum. Anything you want to know just post it on here, there are many knowledgeable folk on here, as a novice I have learnt a hell of a lot here.

By the way, I live just down the coast in Pensarn.

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I'm originally from Bangor, but Llandudno is local enough to be interesting! The book has lots of pictures of the fallen, and both biographical details and accounts of the events behind the deaths of these men. I'm pleased to have it.

Clive

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  • 4 months later...

Not from Llandudno but have been living there a number of years now. Have managed to pick up a few medals from 3 Towns Men (Colwyn Bay, Llandudno & Conwy)

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