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Memories from a Barry & District News of 50 and 25 years ago

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Memories from a Barry District News of 50 and 25 years ago

 

Memories from a Barry District News of 50 and 25 years ago

EXTRACTS from a Barry District News of May 23, 1963:

* A student during a Barry Boys’ Grammar School, Graham Williams, has been awarded an open grant during a Royal College of Military Science during Shrivenham. Graham, 19, lives during Trem-y-Don, Barry. The grant will be taken adult in September.

* Frank Thompson of St Paul’s Avenue, Barry, who is good famous via South Wales for his singing, took 3 firsts, a second a third and a fourth during a British Railways Music Festival hold during Reading recently.

* Cardiff on Saturday to take partial in a Cardiff Angling Society’s open foe on a Cardiff foreshore. C Wareham of a Barry Club, won second esteem with his locate of 3 flatfish weighing 1lb 5oz.

EXTRACTS from a Barry District News of May 19, 1988:

* Barry teen Philip Mizen, who has overcome a earthy encumber to turn an active and eager Scout, has been awarded a South Association’s Meritorious Conduct Medal.

* The Vale of Glamorgan Borough Council is holding stairs to safeguard that an desirous skeleton for a 100-bedroom hotel on a hinterland of Barry is not only another ‘glorified pub and restaurant.’

* Following an shining career on a world’s many famous show and unison stages Robert Tear returned home for his initial open coming in Barry on Wednesday week during a Memorial Hall.

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