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Partner and Stakeholder Meeting. Ammanford Miners Theatre 14 th December 2007. “This is Our Heritage” 2007 Gareth Kiddie. This is Our Heritage. Aims: Help community heritage groups develop Interpretation Plans Link plans to the over-arching theme: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Partner and Stakeholder MeetingAmmanford Miners Theatre14th December 2007

  • This is Our Heritage2007

    Gareth Kiddie

  • This is Our HeritageAims:Help community heritage groups develop Interpretation PlansLink plans to the over-arching theme: Wales the first industrial nationcreated by genius, moulded from the land, crafted by many handsEstablish a network of community heritage interpretation projects

  • Activities & ResultsOver 70 individuals attending workshops22 community groups developing heritage interpretation plans18 plans complete and seeking funding or being implemented

  • 12397513121415168111046171819202122This is Our Heritage Project locations

  • 12397513121415168Troedyrhiw Communities First1046171819202122This is Our Heritage Project locations

  • Troedyrhiw Communities FirstPartnership project with Merthyr Tydfil County Borough CouncilAims:Encouraging community involvement in local heritage conservationAttracting visitors by making the most of proximity to existing walking & cycling trails

  • Troedyrhiw Communities FirstThemes:Pioneering featsExtraordinary peopleRich community life

    Interpretation planned:Interpretive panelsHeritage trail leafletEducation resource packGuided walk trainingWebsite & book

    The Ironmasters HouseTrevithicks Engine

  • This is Our Heritage 2008

  • 12397513121415168111046171819202122This is Our Heritage Project locationsNew expressions of interest

  • ProgrammeWorkshops programme17th & 24th January (Barry & Merthyr)28th February (Swansea)20th March (Blaenavon)Interpretation plans to HERIAN by end of MarchDeadline for Expressions of Interest is 19th December!!

  • Welcome to Our Heritage

    Christine Moore

  • Welcome to Our Heritage Croeso in Treftadaeth

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  • Herian Information Points Network

    Kim Colebrook

  • Project AimsTo encourage people to explore southern Wales and to discover the peoples storiesBy siting the kiosks at key attractions to encourage visits to less known sitesTo encourage use of public transport, walking, etc

  • Operational sitesOperatingMerthyr TICCardiff TICCyfarthfa CastleCynon MuseumRhondda Heritage ParkBlaina MuseumWorld Heritage CentreFestival ParkAberdulais FallsYnysfach Engine HouseComing shortlyDare Valley Country ParkParc and Dare TheatreParc Bryn BachBig Pit

    Good Feedback

  • Trail of Light

    Ruth Waycott

  • Trail of Light Update

    An initiative to celebrate the story of industrial South Wales Through floodlighting buildings and historic features in the landscape With traditional architectural feature lighting, artwork installations and a Festival of Light.

  • Trail of Light Update

    Contract let to Gobbsmak DesignDetailed designs, drawings, plans being prepared for 5 sites:Aberdare: Gadlys Ironworks & Coliseum Tredegar: Nye Bevan Stones, Tredegar Clock Tower & 9 Arches Viaduct

  • Design Concept Tredegar Clock Tower

    Enhanced lighting scheme for this restored landmarkTraditional approach - sympatheticto character and location Anniversary year in 2008

  • Design Concept 9 Arches

    Solar scheme proposed A465 elevation lit with feature lights highlighting arches / new railings

  • Design Concept - Nye Bevan StonesInteractive schemeSolar panels provide light supply which changes colour / effect in response to noise levels 50th anniversary year for NHS in 2008 - may be appropriate to launch at this site

  • Design Concept Gadlys Ironworks Complex

    Substantial scheme lighting up facades from engine house to Museum Proposed that it will be powered by green energy from RCTBCs power supplier.

  • Design Concept : The Coliseum

    Art deco approach, reflecting architecture and design of buildingFloodlighting to front elevation / entrance Powered by green energy from RCTBCs power supplier

  • Bringing Our Past to the Centre Stage Interpretation through Performance Pilot

    Val Williams

  • Community Focused Interpretive Projects

  • Bynea Quarry, Llanelli

    Richard Davie

  • Green NetworkAims to improve the urban environment for community recreational use, to increase the biodiversity interest, and to involve the local communities.Successful strong partnership of statutory and community sectorsGreen Network as a partnership has secured in excess of 1.5million pounds of grant funding in the last three yearsGenwen Quarry is a site that has been identified by the partnership for regeneration

  • Genwen QuarrySituated in the village of Bynea, south east of LlanelliSite of mining & quarrying operations Cornish Beam End Pumping HouseSite that has become a tipping ground and has the serious issues with Japanese Knotweed

  • Genwen Quarry

  • Genwen Quarry

  • Genwen QuarryA feasibility study was undertaken March 2004 by Wardell Armstrong A master plan for the landscape regeneration produced

  • Genwen QuarryWith Herian support the Green Network Partnership has researched and produced a Local Interpretation Plan of the siteWith the help of Local Historical GroupsHistorical Reference BooksHelped to secure funding Lead to group winning the Media4Award

  • Unearth the hidden treasures of the Genwen- the birth of the Industrial Revolution in CarmarthenshireMining & QuarryingTransport DevelopmentFamily DynastiesIndustrial RevolutionBynea & the Outside WorldBynea- The StoryMiningRomansBell PitSlantDeep Shaft QuarryingGenwenGlynea Brick WorksUse of Stone in VillageInventions & Innovations

    Water PumpingProduction of Pure Metals

    Tram RoadPencoed CollieryEvans & Beyon tram road

    The CanalYspitty CanalRiver LoughorThe Railway!st Railway lineLlanelly Railway & Dock CompanyLoughor Rail Disaster

    ShippingExport of Coal

    Chauncey TownsendStepney FamilyGolden GroveVaughansGeneralWardeR.J. NevilleBornvilleDavid TreithicksSteam EngineExport of Engineering expertise to the rest of the worldCopperworksLeadworksTinplate The people who worked in these industries and their stories & disastersEnvironmental Impact & reclamation Johnah RhysPigFarmer, Lay preacher & Father of Welsh RubgyRed Cow Innslates Steel workers for beer Stayby Inn & Toll HouseCrossing the riverMaggie JonesLast Coal fired Chippie

  • Genwen Quarry

  • Genwen QuarryFunding (CCW, WAG, Cydcoed, 1Fund)Japanese KnotweedMining SurveysCommunity Consultation on final design plans

  • Afon Argoed

    Anne Gibbs

  • Upper Tawe Valley

    John Howie

  • The Upper Tawe ValleyIf anyone has travelled further, it is because they have followed in the footsteps of industrial giants!

  • The ProjectAims:Enhance understanding of the heritage of the Upper Tawe ValleyProvide improved access to local heritage sitesPromote the area to a wider audience

  • Heritage in the Upper Tawe Valley

  • ThemesGeological treasuresTransport developmentGiants of the Industrial RevolutionThe silicon valley of its timeTransformation of the landscape and of the lives of people

  • Sites for interpretation

  • Mumbles, Swansea

    Mike Hollyman

  • Questions

  • The Red Flag3Gs Merthyr Tydfil / Penywaun Community First Group