Was the nickname given to the Breton onion-sellers who travelled annually to Wales and other parts of Britain. The first 'Johnny Onions' or 'Sioni Winwns' landed in Plymouth in 1828, and they remained a familiar sight in many Welsh towns and villages up until the 1970s. Brings a new meaning to a working holiday, cycling all the way from France to tie onions, it's enough to bring tears to your eyes! Happy Wednesday. The suns out and we're off filming something very exciting for you all!! 🌞🌞 Credit: Peoples Collection Wales
So many great things to see!