Appeal for Welsh mining memorial launched


An appeal to create a Welsh National Mining Memorial has been launched by First Minister Carwyn Jones.

It was made at Senghennydd near Caerphilly, the site of the worst mining disaster in Britain when 440 colliers died in an explosion in October 1913.

Jordan Davies was at the launch.

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