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Gwent Archives
The official county archive for the former counties of Gwent and Monmouthshire.
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NLW Archivist May 18
Final board meeting. Thanks to everyone who have contributed to make it such a resounding success.
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Gwent Archives May 19
We'll be delivering our talk on Crime records on 29th June at Cwmbran Library - why not come along?
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Moving to Bettws May 18
Did you or anyone you know live in Betttws in 1960s/70s? Drop into Bettws library Saturday 9am-1pm to share your photos and stories!📷
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Moving to Bettws May 15
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Gwent Archives May 12
Celebrating WWI at Gwent Archives for Nurses' Day. Images of Ethel Cooke and Emma Hancock. More @
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Gwent Archives May 10
Episode of Britain at Low Tide being filmed at Gwent Archives. Tern TV filming Dr Herridge and Dr Bainbridge exploring the Severn Estuary.
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Tom Maloney Apr 22
Nick Barratt superb about behind the scenes of "Who Do You Think You Are" - Great event all round!
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Visit Blaenavon Apr 22
Fabulous day at the Blaenavon Family History Fayre. Good turnout, exhibitors and great speakers
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Gwent Archives Apr 6
Want to find out about criminal ancestors? Come to our talk at Cwmbran Library about records at Gwent Archives. See
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Gwent Archives Apr 5
See article in Glasgow Sunday Herald mentioning Whisky Galore letter held at Gwent Archives.
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Gwent Archives Apr 5
If you are visiting us this Saturday please be aware A465 closed between Brynmawr and Gilwern.
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Torfaen Libraries Mar 31
Another successful History Talk at Cwmbran Library with . See you next month for Crime & Punishment 👮
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Gwent Archives Mar 30
On Saturday 22nd April, 11am - 4pm, Gwent Archives will be at the Family History Fayre at Blaenavon Workmen's Hall! Why not come along?
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Gwent Archives Mar 29
Please be aware that Gwent Archives will be closed over the Easter period from Good Friday 14th April until Easter Monday 17th April.
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Moving to Bettws Mar 21
And we have a new report on our fab first trip to the
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Moving to Bettws Mar 23
Have a look at a new blog post and photos from our introductory trip to the More coming soon!
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Gwent Archives Mar 16
Locks of hair @ Gwent Archives from Fitzroy Somerset the 1st Baron Raglan and his wife Emily. More @
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Gwent Archives Mar 15
Duke of Wellington describing the desperate battle of Waterloo and victory over 'Bony'. Letter at Gwent Archives.
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Gwent Archives Mar 15
Fitzroy Somerset Baron Raglan, of Battle of Waterloo and Charge of Light Brigade fame at Gwent Archives. More @
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Gwent Archives Mar 15
Red Lion Row, Blackwood 1939, next to Red Lion pub. Both appear on the 1839 tithe map, but there is now a car park where houses used to be.
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