Please address all mail to:
Rhydymwyn Valley History Society
17, Nant Alyn Road
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The Rhydymwyn Valley History Society was founded in May 2008 and its core interest is the operation of the Valley Works at Rhydymwyn and the involvement of Tube Alloys in the site. It is a
story of wartime directed labour and billeting, the enfranchisement of female labour, the involvement of common people in a worthy, but distasteful, duty.
We welcome everyone who wishes to become involved, irrespective of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, colour, ethnicity, political persuasion, religion or belief.
- Chairman: Colin Barber
- Vice Chairmen: Dennis Thomas; Ray Rogers & Terry Jeffery
- Treasurer: Lyn Tinkler
- Secretaries: Carol Spann & Jacqueline Barber
We have ambitious plans for 2015 onwards which need funding. Our sole income, except for occasional grants, depends on donations (most of which come from Open Days and guided tours). The residue
comes from initial subscriptions and annual donations from our members. We ask that, if you think we provide value, you support us further by contributing?
We now accept contributions via PayPal. Contact us for details.
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