Terence Roberts was born in Ruthin, North Wales, before moving to Halifax, West Yorkshire, as a young child. It is here, on the Grove Estate in Ovenden, that he grew up from boy to man.
He qualified as a probation officer at the University of Huddersfield, then worked for the probation service in Merseyside and West Yorkshire. At the age of 50, he followed his dream and went to live in Ireland where he worked for the Irish Probation Service in Limerick.
Now retired, he lives in O’Brien’s Bridge, County Clare, with his family of horses, donkeys and retired greyhounds. This period of his life in Ireland proved inspiration for the memoir, All Because of Daisy.
Red Bricks and Loose Dogs
In the depths of industrial West Yorkshire during the transformative era of the 1960s and 1970s, Red Bricks and Loose Dogs takes readers on a profound journey of introspection. Inspired by the unwavering honesty of Father Jim, a trusted and wise man, the story unravels the truth behind the boy who ...