@NationCymru This is a very interesting account of events. It does read a bit as someone who has a bit of an axe to grind though. It would be good to have parts of it corroborated by others in the story.
I'll start by saying that I remember John Davies as warden. He was good as warden. I remember the smell of his pipe smoke down the corridor from his flat at the far end, and the yap-yap of his small dog, which probably wasn't strictly allowed in halls.

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