It was great to talk about the Legacy of Longfields Project yesterday at The National Waterfront Museum in Swansea. Thank you to the Historical Association, Swansea and The Royal Institution of South Wales for the invitation. Looking forward to planning the project exhibition – won’t be long now!
In researching the history of Longfields a few people have mentioned the ‘Tom Jones’ room. This was intriguing and needed further investigation! Press cuttings from 1975 have revealed the mystery behind the story. The story begins with the fund raising activities of the ‘Bridge across the Pond’ chapter of the Tom Jones International Fan Club.… Continue reading The ‘Tom Jones’ room
We had a brilliant event on Thursday 24 November as part of the Being Human Festival which was organised by RIAH – Research Institute for Arts and Humanities at Swansea. During the festival over 250 events took place over 45 towns and cities across the UK and was led by the School of Advanced Study, University of London… Continue reading Being Human Festival 2016
News of our project published on the University website last Wednesday has generated a lot of coverage. We have been covered by the local newspaper and have featured on the BBC news online. Twitter has been very busy with people sharing our story. We would like to thank everyone for their interest and retweets. Please… Continue reading Media News