A life time fan and Prisonerologist of the 1960's series 'the Prisoner', a leading authority on the subject, a short story writer, and now Prisoner novelist.
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Sunday, 23 September 2012
Postcard From Portmeirion
Clough Williams-Ellis had not counted on a resident hermit, but Uriah Lovell simply arrived and settled in, just as some wild creature might have done, thinking that he might be happy there. And so there he remained for several years, keeping himself to himself, yet friendly to those who crossed his path, and never cadged anything from anyone, yet he accepted any little gift that might be brought to him.
Uriah Lovall was perhaps as happy as any man could possibly be. But alas, he was cruelly run down by a motorcycle, he never fully recovered, and one day he simply crept away - and died.
I'll be seeing you
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My name is Lisa and uriah Lovell was my great grandfather my grandmother Caroline what's uriah lovells daughter and sir Clough williams-ellis and my great grandfather uriah Lovell befriends god bless both of themReplyDelete
Nice to hear from you. I remember receiving a comment from Uriah's grandson a few years ago, when I posted a different post card of Uriah in the woods at Portmeirion. He certainly was quite a character.