Blaenau Gwent Heritage Forum

Fforwm Treftadaeth Blaenau Gwent


BGHF – Keeping Welsh History Alive


blaenau-gwent-heritage-forum.co.uk

Welcome to our homepage

About Us

Committee

Chair – Eifion Lloyd Davies

Vice Chair – Ralph James

Treasurer – Jeff Darkins

Secretary – Janet Karn


Journal

Editor – Dr. Colin Morgan

Associate Editor – Janet Karn


We are a non-profit-making group concerned with preserving this area’s rich history and heritage. We work closely with, but independent of, Blaenau Gwent County Borough Heritage Services.

Our many activities include organising Heritage and Commemoration Days, delivering monthly talks on historical topics, producing a six-monthly journal, and publishing historical material relating to the area.   


You can contact us on:

 carolyngarden9@gmail.com

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March Talk

Thursday 8th March

Bedwellty House, 14.30-15.30


Nicknames of Brynmawr

Speaker: Eifion Lloyd Davies

News in Brief

Man Engine Cymru

8th – 10th April 

A towering, mechanical puppet, considered to be the largest of its type ever built in Britain, will be visiting Gwent for the first time this year. 

This moving, steaming, mechanical Man Engine, resembling a giant miner, will visit Blaenavon and Blaenau Gwent on its tour of Wales between 

NHS at 70

NHS at 70 – South Wales Roadshow

Join the NHS team at a venue near you


The project team are collecting memorabilia and stories from the South Wales area and are looking for volunteers  who have a story they would like to share to take part. Whatever story you have, they would love to hear it. Just pop along to:

Tredegar Library, Tredegar

on

Wednesday 21st February

between 

10am – 4pm

(Library closed between 1-2)

NHS at 70 - From Cradle to GraveClick on image to enlarge

NHS at 70 is creating the first shared social history of the NHS  to mark the 70th anniversary in 2018.


Click on the link below to take you to our ‘Whats On’ page where you’ll find more details. (If you are viewing on a mobile you will need to scroll through our Upcoming Talks and Meetings to get to the NHS section)

Find out more…..

Website design and administration - Carolyn Jones