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  • Newspaper clipping showing a photograph of members of the Cardiff Naturalists' Society during their first summer meeting in 1930 at the Cardiff Gas Light and Coke Company in Grangetown, Cardiff, 29 May 1930

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A photograph from Western Mail showing some members of the Cardiff Naturalists' Society when they visited Grangetown Works of the Cardiff Gas Light and Coke Company. The caption of the photograph names some of the members.

The Cardiff Naturalists' Society was established in 1867 and helps to promote public engagement with the sciences. The group put on public lectures, events, and day trips, usually in order to raise funds. They are known for having helped to raise a significant amount of funding for the building of the Welsh National Museum. The group is still active today and is largely run by volunteer work.

Glamorgan Archives, DCNS/17/3
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