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Powys War Memorials Project - Community Engagement Toolkit (English)

By PCC Built Heritage

Powys War Memorials Project - Community Engagement Toolkit (English)
Collection:12 items
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Powys War Memorials Project - Community Engagement Toolkit (Welsh)

By PCC Built Heritage

Powys War Memorials Project - Community Engagement Toolkit (Welsh)
Collection:12 items
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Bridgend College.

By Ross Mather

Bridgend College.
Collection:12 items
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Glamorgan Constabulary Driving School & Skid Pan

By Ross Mather

Glamorgan Constabulary Driving School & Skid Pan
Collection:12 items
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Tipstaff

By Ross Mather

Tipstaff
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Police decorated truncheons.

By Ross Mather

Police decorated truncheons.
Collection:12 items
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Aberkenfig Police Station

By Ross Mather

Aberkenfig Police Station
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The Quakers in Dolgellau Film

By Mid Wales Circuit

The Quakers in Dolgellau Film
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The Quakers in Dolgellau Film

By Mid Wales Circuit

The Quakers in Dolgellau Film

Falcon Hildred

Falcon Hildred was born in Grimsby in 1935 when it was the World's premier fishing town. From the very beginning he was fascinated by the sounds, shapes and smells of industry. He came to know other working towns - mill towns and mining towns - and he liked the way they were so open about what they did. The cranes and viaducts, terrace-houses and lines of washing, dialects and factory sirens, gave them integrity and identity, and a vitality which has now been lost. A wartime move to Coventry extended his interest, and it was here at the age of thirteen that he began his art training, which he completed at the Royal College of Art, where he received a medal for work of distinction. Although an industrial designer by profession, he has spent most of his life recording industrial archaeology, under the Theme title of Worktown. In 1993 he was made an honorary member of The Royal Society of Architects in Wales for "his consummate contribution to the recording and appreciation of the built environment.” He now lives and works in a mill overlooking the slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog, in Gwynedd, North Wales.

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