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Llandegla A village and community…

Many people have lived in Llandegla and its surrounding area and we would love to hear from you with your memories of the village and life here. Perhaps you are one of the many people who have enjoyed walking along Offa's Dyke footpath and have passed though the village and maybe taken tea in the village shop or church. If so, we would welcome your memories of your visit. Finally we must not forget the many good people of the community who have lived here for many years and we would like to hear from you too. Tales of long ago, pictures of life in the village, memories of people, property and businesses now long gone will all be welcome for inclusion in this section. Please use the Contact us page to submit your material.

Many thanks.

Letter to webmaster October 2014

Do you remember the caravan and what happened to it? All replies will be passed on to the correspondent so please use the Contact us page to forward any replies.

Do you have any information on those who are named on the War Memorial in Llandegla? If you have any information, pictures, letters or memorabilia which could be added to this website and kept as historical data please get in touch and we will be delighted to work with you to preserve the memory of those who gave so much. There is a page dedicated to the War Memorials here

Memories of Llandegla

Here you will find some reminisces of the village and contributions for inclusion will be much appreciated.

Memory lane

Dear Sir/Madam

In re 1950’s, we had a caravan (a converted single decker bus) sited in the field behind the Plough Inn. It was lit by a gas mantle and we had to negotiate the chickens in the pub yard to fetch water from a standpipe. We had some great times there.

I don't know what ultimately happened to the caravan or how this idyll ended.

As I recall the village was in a cul-de-sac, as it were, down which on the left was a disused (even then) village blacksmith's shop. Still there? At the bottom right was the Hand (pub)I wonder if that is still extant or is that now the Crown?

Yours faithfully C McVey Bristol