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  • Llanelly Manual Instruction Centre c1894

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The days before Health & Safety.
Llanelly Manual Instruction Centre was in Vauxhall, Llanellion the site of what is now the Rural Council Offices.
Thomas Bowen, front left, with saw. He was later to become one of the architects of 20th century secondary education in Walesas a leading member of the NUT and Headmaster of Vicar Pritchard School, Llandovery.

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