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The Angel Shark Project: Wales needs your help!

Darlun Jessica Roberts
dydd Gwener, Rhagfyr 14, 2018

The Angel Shark Project: Wales needs your help!

Angelsharks were once common, gliding over the seabeds of the East Atlantic and Mediterranean. This amazing species has disappeared from much of its range, and is now Critically Endangered. An important population remains in Wales, and they need your help to safeguard it.

Share your Angelshark stories, memories or photos.

Volunteer with their History of Angels research project, to unearth clues in local libraries, archives and museums.

Join the Angelshark History Roadshow as it travels around Wales from January-March 2019.

Find out more: www.angelsharknetwork.com/wales

 

West Glamorgan Archive Service

The Neath Abbey Ironworks collection at West Glamorgan Archives in Swansea is one of the Archives' most important collections, one of only a handful of archive collections in Wales which are inscribed on the UK register of the UNESCO Memory of the World programme. Over 7,500 extant engineering drawings created for both marketing and manufacturing the engines reveal the technological development of industrial machinery through the nineteenth century and indicate how important the contribution of Wales was to the British Industrial Revolution.

You can find a sample of the collection on our website

Please contact West Glamorgan Archives if you require any further information on accessing these records or obtaining copies. 

 

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