Tredegar Related Links
Tredegar Orpheus Male Voice Choir
The choir popularly known as “Tredegar
Orpheus” can trace its origin to the 1880’s when it was known as the Tredegar
Male Voice Society.
The Little Theatre
The official website of
Tredegar Thespian Players at The Little
Theatre, Upper Coronation Street, NP22 3YA,
The Tredegar town website has been supply news and information on the town of
Tredegar since 1991. It contains over
6'500 images and over 200
videos of the town, along
with the popular Tredegar forum.
Made In Tredegar
Made In Tredegar produces films and projects
alongside the local community of Tredegar.
Local History & Heritage Links
Blaenau Gwent Archives
Gwent Archives is the official archive for the five local authorities in the
Gwent area. We are also recognised by the National Archives as a place of
deposit for public records and by the Church in Wales for parochial records.
Abertillery & District Museum
The Abertillery and District Museum has a wide ranging collection from
prehistoric era to present day. Recent refurbishment sends you on a journey
through time with a chronological arrangement of exhibits In addition they have
specialist exhibits on coal and iron industries.
The Tredegar Timeline
The Tredegar Timeline allows you to visually see time-based
events that shaped the town of Tredegar, South Wales, UK. The Timeline currently
spans 234 years from the mid 18th century to 2010. The timeline maps over
1'500 events in the town history via standard text, pictures, video, and
discussions on the
Blaenau Gwent Heritage Forum
Heritage Forum is a non-profit-making group of voluntary organizations concerned
with preserving this area’s rich history and heritage
The museum has a varied collection of
everyday artefacts, including a collection of Brynmawr furniture, manufactured
by one of the small industries set up by the Quakers in the Brynmawr Experiment.
Blaina Chartist Visitor Centre
Learn about the chartist movement, their fight for voting reform & social
justice and its connection with Nantyglo & Blaina.