By Simon Rocker, February 24, 2014
There are probably more Welsh-born Jews living in London, Manchester and Israel than remain in the principality. But sometimes the traffic goes the other way.
When Londoner Colin Heyman was offered a job in Cardiff in 1980, he jumped at the chance.
“I’d never been to Cardiff but I loved Wales,” he recalls. He had fallen for the country when walking its hills as a student in Bristol.