Wednesday 25 October
at Llancaiach Fawr
The Commonplace Book of John Gwin of Llangwm
Prof. Maddy Gray
This will be followed by tea/coffee.
If you are unable to attend, it will be available on Zoom.
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PARISH OF GELLIGAER IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
Including histories of Gelligaer Village, Pontlottyn, Bute Town, Tirphil, Darran Valley, Bedlinog and Trelewis.
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It is a hardback book of 316 pages (sized 23 by 16 cms – between A5 and A4) including photographs and maps.
Price £10 plus £3.25 postage/packaging
The Society aims to study local history and heritage in the area of the old parish and urban district of Gelligaer in north east Glamorgan, which includes modern communities such as Pontlottyn, Tirphil, Brithdir, Bargoed, Hengoed, Ystrad Mynach, Trelewis, Bedlinog, Fochrhiw and Deri as well as the village of Gelligaer itself. The Society promotes this by arranging lectures, discussions and field meetings to heritage sites as well as encouraging research.
The Society meets on the last Wednesday of each month during the winter months at Llancaiach Fawr, where a talk is given (see Events tab above). The talks are not necessarily restricted to the subject of Gelligaer; one recent talk being on the Pirates of the Bristol Channel. The society has, since 1964, periodically published a journal see Publication.
Our Constitution as PDF
See 1841 Farms of Gelligaer
or click on map to see 1841 map of Garthgynyd Hamlet