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St Illtyd's Heritage Day

Apologies for re-posting this story but the schedule is available on the Friends of St Illtyd's website. There's even a video of Frank Olding's talk from last year  Smile

Saturday, September 27th, 2008 11.00am – 3.30pm

Provisional Timetable

11.00 – 11.30 Roger Morgan – A Victorian Surgeon
11.30 – 12.00 David Llewellyn “The Abertillery Heritage Trails Project”
12.00 – 2.00 Heritage Walk Frank Olding
2.30 – 3.00 Victorian Surgeon
3.00 – 3.30 Frank Olding “The Folklore of Llanhilleth and Aberbeeg”


The South Wales Gazette digital archive will be available all day for research or enquiries.

http://www.illtyd.abelalways.co.uk/friends/
Brithyll

Can I just thank everyone involved, and those who turned up, for a wonderful day.

The old quack, Roger Morgan, was very entertaining and gory enough for all. David Llywellyn gave us an insight into the regeneration of the area and Frank scared us half to death with his folk tales!

See you the next time.
martyn142

Brithyll wrote:
Can I just thank everyone involved, and those who turned up, for a wonderful day.

The old quack, Roger Morgan, was very entertaining and gory enough for all. David Llywellyn gave us an insight into the regeneration of the area and Frank scared us half to death with his folk tales!

See you the next time.


Wish I'd known you were there and we'd have introduced ourselves.
Brithyll

Yes, a pity. I went home after the mornings events, forgot to bring my walking boots, and came back for the afternoons events.
I even managed to have a short chat in Welsh with another man, Kerry ?, who lives in Abertillery. Made my day.
Carolyn

I wish I'd known you were there too, I know who you are but never met you.  I really enjoyed Roger Morgan's event but we had to leave before the afternoons event as David had to be somewheres else and unable to do the walk  Would have loved to have heard the second part so hope to catch him again at the next one although we had a really interesting chat at lunch time he has some interesting tales to tell

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