Tracy received her BA in History with Archaeology at Bangor University back in 2013. Living in Anglesey, one of the most archaeological rich environments in Wales has developed her love of all things pre-history. Having studied history at all different stages she currently writes academic essays and articles as a freelancer putting her skills to use. In her full-time job, she works as a community carer and shares her love of history with the people she cares for. Engaging with older generations and their first-hand stories from historical events some from people born previous to the Spanish flu in 1918.
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