St Asaph

St Asaph is in the Vale of Clwyd, in north Wales. The hostel in St Asaph was a training farm or hachsaraha and had been used prior to the Boys arrival in the UK. It was run by the religious Zionist organisation Bachad. Today it is a private farm.


Children did not live here permanently but were taken for training sessions primarily from the Liverpool and Singleton Road hostels.

The Boys

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The Staff

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The wardens were Joseph and Traudel Honig until they were moved to Ascot in the winter of 1945-6.