Empire Jack, Soldier, Arsonist and Engineer - Gelligaer Historical Society talk - 31st October, 2018


7.00 pm Wednesday October 31st
Empire Jack, Soldier, Arsonist and Engineer
by
Peter Walker
Peter, a member of GHS, was formerly curator at Big Pit and has been studying tunnelling in WW1
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7.00 pm Wednesday November 28th
The Huts, Oakdale
by
Lyn Pask
The story of the huts which stood near Rhiw Sir Dafydd, Oakdale, in the nineteenth century.
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7.00 pm Wednesday December 12th
William Davies, chartist of Blackwood
by
David Mills
As well as the talk David will be launching his book on William Davies.
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11.00 am Wednesday January 30th
Boxing's Phar Lap
by
Roy Smith
After Lunch (1.30 pm) Wednesday January 30th
Looking around Wales, Life as a tour guide
by
Audrey Griffiths
lunch can be purchased at Llancaiach Fawr, You can attend either of both the talks. 
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7.00 pm Wednesday February 27th
Why is this cell bigger than the others?
by
Dr Elin Jones

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Saturday March 23rd
Conference

10.00 am to 4.00 pm
Four talks (speakers to be decided
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7.00 pm Wednesday March 27th
Merthyr Tydfil in the nineteenth century
by
Joe England

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7.00 pm Wednesday April 24th
Zephania Williams
by
Les James

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7.00 pm Wednesday May 29th
Pantywaun, a lost community
by
Annie Owen

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7.00 pm Wednesday June 26th
AGM
followed by
Dr Stuart Broomfield
who will talk about the fortune and fate of those involved in the story of Llewelyn Bren
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From September thru June the Society meets on the last Wednesday of the month to hear a talk.

The talks are at Llancaiach Fawr starting at 7.00 pm (unless otherwise stated).

Everyone is welcome, but we do ask for a voluntary contribution of £2 to cover the cost of the venue.

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