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Tracing back through many branches of his family tree, Tom is the fifth generation of Willams to have lived in this beautiful corner of Wales, on an estate that’s been in the hands of his ancestors for 140 years. Tom spent the first two years of his life in the big hall, before his parents sold it to a hotelier, keeping hold of the land and all the outbuildings, including the estate’s old dairy

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