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Glamorgan’s Blood: health and welfare records in the coal industry collections – Ocean and National Magazines

Glamorgan’s Blood: health and welfare records in the coal industry collections – Ocean and National Magazines

The Ocean and National Magazine series are magazines written for and by the coalfield workers. They contain articles, cartoons and news from the collieries, providing.. Read More →

First World War

If you’re seeking information on the impact of the war upon your own family, town or locality, Glamorgan Archives may be able to help.

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Glamorgan Archives organises regular FREE events which anyone is welcome to attend.  Our events are based on themes which link to our collections and connect to the community we serve.

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Exhibition: Glamorgan’s Blood: Dark Arteries, Old Veins

  • 25/10/2019 - 31/12/2019
  • All Day
  • Glamorgan Archives, Leckwith, Cardiff.

    As our Glamorgan’s Blood project to catalogue and conserve the coal collections at Glamorgan Archives draws to a close, visit our exhibition and find out more about the records of the south Wales coal industry and what they tell us about life in the coalfield.


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