I was born not too long after the end of the Second World War in Grangetown, Cardiff. I grew up in a council house in Llanishen, a suburb in the north of the city. It was, in many ways, an idyllic childhood. We had streets with very few cars, where we played our childhood games. There was a wood nearby, where we played in streams, built dams, fished in the stream and in a nearby newt pond. We often took some bread and jam and had picnics and always felt safe. At the end of every day, I went home to parents who loved me and made sacrifices for me, my brother and sister.
I am a Christian and I met the young lady who changed my life in church, where we were young people together. She became my wife and my life in 1975, when I was a young teacher.
The adventure we began together in 1973 has been a remarkable one.
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