Wilma Hayes

The Welsh Marches Series

The Author

Wilma Hayes has escaped twice!


She is a native of western Canada but fled to England in 1985 to avoid snow and harsh winters. The memory of them has been useful in her writing, but she has no wish to experience them first hand again!


She is a Professional Home Economist, educated at the University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon) and had a career in the profession in Canada for several years. In England she worked in state and public school administration as Bursar until she finally escaped to the countryside in 1996. So far nobody appears to have missed her.


Her passion for writing is occasionally interrupted by the needs of  two cats, a small flock of chickens, a cottage garden and of course her husband bringing coffee.


Also by Wilma Hayes

Tenbury and the Teme Valley, People and Places (editor)

I Wouldn’t Have Missed It (written with William Hayes)

William L Hayes, World War One War Diary,

published as a website at:

The Author

Freeing My Sisters Word Garden

Wilma and her husband Mike also do talks and lectures for clubs, societies and associations of all kinds throughout England and
The Marches so, if you are looking for a speaker please visit:

www.inthestickstalks.co.uk for details.


www.williamhayes-ww1-wardiary.co.uk


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