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From: "L Dunn" <>
Subject: Fw: Six Bells Picture-how green
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 19:19:03 -0400
this is what the plaque says on the outside of the six bells in in gilfach
goch, glamorgan, wales. i was incorrect in thinking that part of the movie
was made in the town but when you read further and see what the plaque says
it clears up a few things. i have an attachment of a picture that my son
scanned from a photo he took of the inn when he was in gilfach and yes, my
friend ruth james' family owned it many years ago.
see message below for plaque inscription.
lynn evans dunn
EVANS,CARSON,DOYLE,CURTISS IN WALES
TREGIDGA or any variation in CORNWALL
KIRKLAND,LYNCH,McCRACKEN,THOMPSON in PA.
From: Cory Dunn <>
To: Lynn Dunn <>
Date: Friday, July 16, 1999 6:19 PM
Subject: Six Bells Picture
The sign says:
The Six Bells Hotel
The hotel was built by Christmas Evans, son of Evan Evans, the
pioneer of intense mining in Gilfach Goch, in the latter part of the
nineteenth century. Richard Llewellyn's novel "How Green was my
Valley" was based on the valley of Gilfach Goch, and the Six Bells
is mentioned in the novel as the "Three Bells."
Attached is the picture
Cory Dunn ->
"If I get old | Remind me that
I will not give in | Once I was free
But if I do | Once I was cool
Remind me of this | Once I was me." - Thom Yorke
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