Letter: J. L. John [ex member of staff, B. G. S. ]2, The Crescent, Newtown, to Mr. And Mrs. Madoc Jones

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      GB 221 WDG/2/1/54
  • Alternative Id.
      GB 221 WDG/1377
  • Dates of Creation
      1945 Feb. 4
  • Language of Material
      English
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LETTER: J. L. John [ex member of staff, B. G. S. ]2, The Crescent, Newtown, to Mr. And Mrs. Madoc Jones thanking them for their letter. The broadcast was an ordeal to look forward to, but he enjoyed it. The Studio was so built that it would calm the most nervous of persons, and the clock had a very soothing effect. He often thinks of Beaumaris and has a great store of happy memories. His stay there was the happiest and most formative period of his whole life. Willis Rowlands was the pupil who impressed him most. They spent a holiday at Beaumaris in 1942 and saw quite a lot of Jack and Norman Thomas and Norah, but the glory had departed from the old school. They will call to see the Madoc Jones family when next in Colwyn Bay. He wishes to be remembered to Geraint, Elwyn and Enid.

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