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Removal to Trebettyn
The good life beckons: a week before Christmas, the Iles family's pack up their home in Heathwood Road, Cardiff, and are conveyed by Flays Removers to a farm in Cowbridge.
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A week before Christmas the Iles family's wordly goods are conveyed from Heathwood Road, Cardiff, to Trebettyn farm, Llansannor, Cowbridge, by William Flay & Sons Ltd, Removers. This venture into the good life lasted 7 years, until the marriage of the Iles' eldest daughter to a nearby farmer. The family then moved elsewhere in Cowbridge. R G Iles was a founder and Hon. Cinematographer of the South Wales and Monmouthshire Agricultural and Horse Shows Association.