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Online TV Radio
TV Kenfig Society
Local history group website, focussing on the study of the village of Kenfig and its history.
Contact: Terry Robbins
TV The British Association for Local History
Our purpose is to encourage and assist the study of Local History as an academic discipline and as a rewarding leisure pursuit for both individuals and groups.
Contact: General Enquiries - +44 1283 585947
TV Monmouthshire Gen Web Project
Wide-ranging resource covering Monmouthshire and Gwent. Links to local Family History Societies, mailing lists, forums and newsgroups.
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TV St Mary's Priory Church - Monmouth.org.uk
More information about The Priory, and the history of Monmouth, including information about museums, exhibitions and societies.
Contact: Enquiries

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Archive
Look back into the past using the Legacies' archives. Find nearly 200 tales from around the country in our collection.

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