The first in a series of books written by local author Bill Richards.
Very informative and superbly written by Bill, who is an ex-miner and former employee of Cambrian Colliery, Clydach Vale.
Perfect bound and a perfect gift for anyone interested in what life was really like underground in the Rhondda Valleys, South Wales.
Excellent value at only SORRY (currently out of stock)
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Cambrian Colliery and Connections
Cambrian Colliery and Connections by Bill Richards
The second in a series of books written by local author Bill Richards.
Written as a companion book to Coal, Carpets and Choirs by an ex-miner and former employee of Cambrian Colliery, Clydach Vale.
Perfect bound and once again, a perfect gift for anyone interested in what life was really like underground in the Rhondda Valleys, South Wales.
Excellent value at only £14.99
High Hats and Harps - The Life and Times of Lord and Lady Llanover
Researched and written by author Helen Forder, High Hats and Harps begins with the arrival of Lady Llanover's parents in Llanover and takes the reader through the almost one hundred years of Augusta's life, from the much loved baby to the radiant bride; through the ups and downs of married life and the gradual rise in social status to the tragic death of her beloved husband; through the long years of widowhood to the finality of death at Llys Llanover, in her 94th year.
Excellently written and produced, this 174pp book is a fascinating insight into the life of Lady Llanover (the Bee of Gwent).
EXCELLENT VALUE at only £11.99
Cwtch - The Story of Wattstown
CWTCH - The Story of Wattstown by Ken Baker.
Superb in depth account of life in Wattstown in the Rhondda Valley, South Wales, before, during and after the intervention of the coal industry. Published Nov 2004.
Over 250 pages of photographs and facts & figures from the very beginning of this old coal mining village. Ken has spent over five years researching this book and it shows. Beautifully presented, perfect bound book. Ideal for gift etc.