Summit to save Tredegar's historic buildings





People in Tredegar are being urged to attend a "heritage summit" to discuss how to save the town's crumbling listed and historically significant buildings.

The National Coal Board Club and the old general hospital building are among those seen at risk.

Organisers of Wednesday's meeting say the hope it will galvanise the town into drawing up an action plan.

The town was the home of Aneurin Bevan, who created the National Health Service in 1948.

The summit has been called by the town council with representatives from the Welsh heritage agency Cadw, the Aneurin Bevan Health Board and Blaenau Gwent council due to attend....



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