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I worked at the creamery back a few year ago, even swimmed and tried to tickle a trout but ended up having a (lanpory),, not shure of the spelling but I now the local boy new I needed to get out lol. Happy memories

I bet the farmers around there have found more than a few bullets over the years!

Hi, Nice Lighting. Do you know what number this chalet was? We will be staying on the Warren this summer and it looks like the one we will be in (and is the right part of the site too

My dad loved to be there at weekends over 30 years ago, It was then a lovely pub, went there 10 years ago to be met with the landlord singing a song about man you with every other word "f" over a pa system !!!! Its soooo,,,, sad good pub,,, end of an era ??????

Hey rum, We regularly shop here when we are in Caernarfon, I will check it out next time we are there, I come from a family with a number of electricians, brother & brother in law. I tried to get a job with CWS once but they wouldn't have me. J

only been once, and got ripped off by taxi and money exchange on sea front !!!! not going back ,, rubbish !!!!!!

...we moved to Sale in 1939 and lived in the grocery shop at 2 Harley road. I became 11 years old just after the war started. My younger bro. and I walked down School Rd. many times and I would never believe it is now closed. Shame !!! We moved to 11 Liecester Rd. in about 1949, then to 20, Bute Ave. Blackpool North Shore. I came to Canada in 1960...

nice place to lose youself ,,,,, i did, over 20 years ago as a contractor working at llangadog creamery for cws engineers manchester. loved it !!!

oh !! sorry, nice pic, i remember it as that!!

can anyone remember me !! im Roy Sellars I worked here for 3 & 1/2 years and made good freinds with lots of good people. I worked on the creamery in llangadog,,, so if you do PLEASE !! get in touch !! love to see you all again but i live in manchester

They don't have pubs like this over here in the USA.

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