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Made In Tredegar presents a series of short films focusing in some of the iconic buildings in Blaenau Gwent. From Inns and Taverns, to places of Worship, Industrial production and Social Gathering.

Situated in the highest village in Wales, Top House was the last public house before the start of the Breacon Beacons. Used by hard working quarry men, and railway workers alike, the recently refurbished pub now welcomes tourists, cyclists and ramblers keen to discover the beautiful views this part of Wales has to offer.

This project was supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Welsh Government and CADW. Made with the people of Blaenau Gwent and the Volunteers of Made In Tredegar. English and Welsh subtitles are available through the Youtube subtitling feature.

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