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Beaufort Hill Welfare Community Hall held an open day of ‘Old Beaufort in Photographs’ on 4th May 2019. Joining us were members of Blaenau Gwent Heritage Forum, Glyn Protheroe, a very skilled local artist and Representatives from The Ebbw Vale branch of North Gwent Gwent Family History.
The event was extremely well attended by members of the public from Beaufort and the surrounding area throughout the day. Those who attended were treated to a display of almost 300 old photographs of Beaufort and the surrounding areas. They were also afforded the opportunity to delve into their family history and also discover more about the industrial background of the area relating to the Beaufort Ironworks and Beaufort Brickworks. Following the positive feedback received from the public, it is proposed to organise another open day next year. If anyone has any old photographs or artefacts they would be prepared to share with us please get in touch.
Below, are comments made on Facebook by just some of the many visitors to the Open Day :-
Vicky Louise Bloor - Really enjoyed looking at all the photos in the exhibition. Was so nice to hear about a bit of history from other guests there too.
Carolyn Meyrick - Lovely day.Thank you for the memories
Alyson Jarrett - Great day, so many memories, thank you for putting it on
Joanne Stent -I really enjoyed looking at all the pics and realising how much has changed. Thanks for putting it on.
Louise Protheroe Davies - It was great, we really enjoyed it
Sheila Jones - Yes, Howard really enjoyed it
Jeffrey Palmer - Well Done, it was worth travelling from the Swansea Valley
To find out more about the Ebbw Vale branch of North Gwent Family History, please click HERE
Photographs of the Open Day
All the photographs displayed at the Open Day, can be viewed by clicking on each of the six links below