Water-supply -- Wales



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The file comprises printed material on devolution, including Bert Pearce's article on 'The National problem in Britain - reply to discussion', with a draft resolution on democracy in Wales, and a memorandum on the water crisis in Wales.

Scripts for the radio programme 'in Britain Now'

File comprises scripts fr Patrick Hanna's contributions to a BBC Radio 4 programme entitled 'In Britain Now', where journalists from the 'regions' of the UK spoke on various topics . The topics covered by Patrick Hannan from Wales included devolution, Gwynfor Evans, the coal industry, miners' strikes, the clean up after coal, Plaid Cymru, Wales as a nation, the European Economic Community (EEC) and industrial illnesses notably pneumoconiosis. The file also contains typed transcripts of the programme which include contributions from correspondents in other parts of the UK.

The politics of water in Wales with particular reference to north Wales, 1880-1996.

  • NLW ex 2118
  • File
  • 1997-1999

A copy of the report of a research project conducted and presented by Owen Roberts and directed jointly by Dr Richard Coopey and Professor Aled Jones. The three main objectives of the project were to write a series of narrative histories of dam building and water supply in north east Wales from the 1880s to the present day, to equip future researchers with a guide to archives and collections pertaining to the Welsh water industry, and to establish within the University of Wales an internationally recognised centre for the study of water history.

Roberts, Owen

Water and the Montgomery Canal

The file consists mainly of printed items and typescripts relating to the water industry, many in relation to Wales. A few items concern the Montgomery Canal.