This category is for sites about the history and composition of the local people. It is also for sites about local social-service resources and institutions. Examples include sites for clubs, social-service organisations, disability resources, genealogy, history, personal homepages, activism, politics, religion, and various sub-groups of the population.
Welsh Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate for Caerphilly Constituency.
Bethel Evangelical Church
Based in Nelson. A reformed evangelical church. Activities, directions, history and beliefs.
Caerphilly Christian Fellowship
Description of services and details of meeting times.
Caerphilly Woodlands Trust
Information on this organisation set up to preserve the remaining greenfields on the south eastern facing slopes of Caerphilly Mountain.
Welsh language initiative supporting and promoting the use of Welsh in the community. Information on services, latest news and contact details.
Community website with history of the village, genealogy, gallery, news, forum and information on local organisations and activities.
Poets, Priests and Pubs: A Walk form Rhymney to Tredegar
Paul Barrett provides a virtual historical tour.
Right from the Start
Organisation aiming to protect children in the borough and provide them with opportunities to thrive. Provides details of the services offered, parenting, the kidz' club and volunteering.
The Ruperra Conservation Trust
Trust set up in an attempt to purchase and conserve Ruperra Castle and which now owns and manages Ruperra Woods. Provides information on the Trust, the castle, the woods, membership and events.
Universal Colliery Senghenydd
Provides a history of this colliery with photographs, including information on the mining disasters of 1901 and 1913.
Wayne David MP
Labour MP for Caerphilly. Details of surgeries, news items and FAQs on a number of topics.
Wesley Methodist Church, Caerphilly
Includes information on worship, past and future events.
Senghenydd mining disaster is remembered 100 years on
The BBC reports that Britain’s worst ever mining disaster has been remembered a century after 439 miners and one rescuer lost their lives in an explosion at Senghenydd in South Wales. (October 14, 2013)
Historian on Lord Merthyr, the pit owner blamed for Senghenydd tragedy
The BBC reports on the life of pit owner Lord Merthyr, the man many blamed for the 439 miners’ deaths. (October 13, 2013)
Miliband opens Senghenydd mining disaster exhibition
The BBC reports on the opening of an exhibition at the House of Commons. (June 11, 2013)
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