This is the story of a life that began in 1936, when the past was another country. Of joys and sorrows and loves in Wales and the borders. Of a life that took flight when I first discovered Aberyscir Hill as a somewhat adventurous but lonely ten-year-old.
The memoir of well-known Kington man, Allan Lloyd: school teacher, political activist, fund-raiser and family man, whose many notable achievements include spearheading successful campaigns to secure the radiotherapy and chemotherapy centres for Hereford hospital, and the Kington bypass. But also a deeply personal account of a journey through life waymarked and defined by two extraordinary and enduring relationships.
Paperback with flaps | 128 pages | 198 x 129 mm | December 2021
7 b&w illustrations, 1 map
Proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to St Michael’s Hospice, Hereford