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George Lewis, a baker in Dolgellau and a former railway man.The bakery was owned by David Rowlands. Mr Rowlands was well known as a chapel choir master in the town. The bakery, situated near St Mary's church, was largely taken up by a huge and ancient oven. A visit was a Saturday treat, we would buy fresh Chelsea buns- just the best! The warm bread rolls we ate on Sunday mornings for breakfast, dripping with honey, were well worth cycling back for after early morning communion. In this picture you can see jam tarts and fairy cakes, the ancient oven and Mr George Lewis.