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Corridor Pump, Tredegar House, Newport, 1820

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'Half Way House', Dolgellau c1910

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WYNNSTAY ARMS HOTEL, PARK STREET, RUABON

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Cadoxton River in the Snow

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Raithwaite

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Redeveloping Community House

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Jenny Cloete (nee Mullis)

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Interview with Phillip Champness from Community...

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Nicky Brittan, interview: connection to...

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Jenny Cloete, community policing. Interviewed...

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Interview with Ann Andrews who runs the Tuesday...

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Jack Evans and Fredrick Lambourne, Coachmen,...

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Gill Curtis, Traidcraft

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A Barry Council House

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House in Barry - Travis Street

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Interview with Gill Curtis, by Susan Wilmott on...

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King's Arms and Wayside House, New Radnor...

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Three Children

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Mother Holding Child

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Dating Old Welsh Houses Group Newsletter

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Letter from Rees Phillips Pembroke to Messrs D....

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Events for children at Community House

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The influence of the Iona community in Scotland...

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The history Community House's connection...

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The dead of the Great War

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Page from the finance book of Corporation Road...

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The importance of sharing food with each other,...

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John Porter summary of interview

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Omar Ali

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Redevelopment of Community House in 1997

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