Aberfan

Author: Gaynor Madgwick.

A Story of Survival, Love and Community in One of Britain's Worst Disasters

On 21 October 1966, thousands of tonnes of coal tip waste slid down a mountainside and devastated the mining village of Aber-fan. The black mass crashed through the local school. 144 people were killed. 116 were schoolchildren. Gaynor Madgwick was there. She was eight and severely injured. In this book, Gaynor tells her own story and interviews people affected by the day's events.

'Aberfan is a brave, heart-breaking and inspiring journey… It is a book that should be read by all of us in memory of those who died and those who survived.'
The Earl of Snowdon
'Gaynor Madgwick was pulled injured from one of the classrooms where her friends died. She was left behind to live out her life. This is her story, sad, sweet, sentimental, and authentic. I commend it to you.'
Vincent Kane, Broadcaster

 

Awdur: Gaynor Madgwick.

A Story of Survival, Love and Community in One of Britain's Worst Disasters

Ar 21 Hydref 1966, llifodd miloedd o dunelli o wast glô i lawr y mynydd gan ddifrodi pentref glofaol Aber-fan. Lladdwyd 144 o bobl, 116 ohonynt yn ddisgyblion ysgol gynradd Pantglas. Mae'r gyfrol hon yn adrodd hanes y rhai fu farw, a'r rheini gafodd eu heffeithio gan ddigwyddiadau'r diwrnod hwnnw, a hynny gan un a anafwyd, sef Gaynor Madgwick oedd yn wyth oed ar y pryd.  Dyma'r hanes mewn cyfrol arbennig, yn Saesneg.

£9.99 -



Code(s)Rhifnod: 9781784612757
9781784612757

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