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Society talk on Aberfan disaster; Noticeboard.

TONIGHT, October 19, the Llandyrnog and Llangwyfan Local History Society hold it's AGM at 7.15pm in the Village Hall, Llandyrnog. Followed by 'The Day a Village Cried' a talk to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, given by Wendy Grey-Lloyd from Llandyrnog, who was born in Aberfan and attended the Pantglas primary school which was engulfed by a coal waste tip on October 21, 1966. Co-presenter is Rev. E. Bernard Thomas from Trefnant, who became the rector of the parish of Dowlais next to Aberfan after the disaster and got to know many of the families. Refreshments at the end of the evening. A warm welcome to non members and members. The Society has three meetings a year and a very popular summer outing. New members welcome. For more details call the Society secretary Hazel Wright on 07733 220641.

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Oct 19, 2016
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