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An A4 leaflet folded into four pages. The leaflet provides the history of 58 Charles Street from 1853. The text is by Charles Street Arts, and the printing and cover illustration of the building are by City of Cardiff Planning and Development Department.

In June 1977, Cardiff Community Concern started the Charles Street Carnival as a community groups' alternative celebration of the Queen's Silver Jubilee. It became an annual event and grew into a separate organisation, Charles Street Arts. Cardiff Community Concern was an alternative advice and information service for young people founded by Ian Horsburgh, an employee of the City of Cardiff Planning and Development Department. It was based in 58 Charles Street.

Glamorgan Archives, D20/8/2

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