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Whether telling the story of Dylan Thomas, helping people walk in the footsteps of Blaenavon's miners, or monitoring rare ospreys, heritage projects are making a difference across Wales.

Richard Bellamy is Director of Wales.

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We welcome telephone calls, emails and letters in Welsh and English. When writing to us, in either Welsh or English, we will respond in the language you have used. Corresponding in Welsh will not lead to a delay.

James William House
9 Museum Place
CF10 3BD

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Wales: delegated decisions February 2019

Schedule of Decisions under delegated powers to Head of Wales on 22 February 2019. Sharing Heritage The Historic Houses & buildings of Llanddulas, Rhyd-y-Foel and surrounding area A 2 year project to map the changes in the built landscape of 3 communities identified as Llanddulas, Rhyd-y-Foel and


Wales: delegated decisions January 2019

Schedule of Decisions under delegated powers to Head of HLF Wales on 29 January 2019 Sharing Heritage 1. Communities of Life Stories A 6 month project focusing on testimonies of older people within Conwy to digitise life stories which will be available through a Book of You App. Applicant: Book of