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Trimsaran Community Project

About the group A group to showcase all the work done by the people of Trimsaran to produce a 3D model of their village for the National Eisteddfod.

Created 26 February 2014

This is the Welsh Language guide to using this, the Britain from Above website. It was created with the help of Trimsaran Primary School as part of the Welsh Community Project 'Building Trimsaran'

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 17th of September 2014 01:06:17 PM
Here's a photo of two children from the nursery showing interest or recognising buildings in their village.

Natasha Scullion
Thursday 4th of September 2014 04:56:04 PM
This is a photo of the children and parents from the local mum's and toddler group in Trimsaran taking part in the project by colouring in and creating houses to add to the aerial view.

Natasha Scullion
Thursday 4th of September 2014 04:38:26 PM
This is a photo of the older people of Trimsaran taking part with the project, helping with the creation of the aerial photo of their village using old photos of the village.

Natasha Scullion
Thursday 4th of September 2014 04:23:21 PM
This is a photo taken of the community project in the village of Trimsaran, which the children from the local village of Trimsaran toke part in by making parts of the aerial map to create the aerial view of their village.

Natasha Scullion
Thursday 4th of September 2014 04:17:27 PM
A closer look at the collieries map

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 3rd of September 2014 04:38:26 PM
A further note to the map's authenticity

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 3rd of September 2014 03:55:07 PM
A handwritten note attesting to the validity of the map in 1933

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 3rd of September 2014 01:30:34 PM
A 1933 Map of Trimsaran Collieries kindly leant to us during the main project week in February

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 3rd of September 2014 01:23:50 PM
Back cover

Natasha Scullion
Tuesday 2nd of September 2014 03:12:21 PM
They head home eating their sweets!

Natasha Scullion
Tuesday 2nd of September 2014 03:12:04 PM
They say goodbye to Sian...

Natasha Scullion
Tuesday 2nd of September 2014 03:03:55 PM
They manage to sort out the mix up with the sweets...

Natasha Scullion
Tuesday 2nd of September 2014 02:57:08 PM
They tell Sian about the mix up...

Natasha Scullion
Tuesday 2nd of September 2014 02:56:31 PM
They discuss what they've bought and discover what they have doesnt match so they agree to go back to Sian

Natasha Scullion
Tuesday 2nd of September 2014 01:13:21 PM
They visit Sian's Father Sion

Natasha Scullion
Tuesday 2nd of September 2014 12:09:53 PM
Deciding what they want...

Natasha Scullion
Monday 1st of September 2014 04:53:26 PM
A draw of chocolate bars!

Natasha Scullion
Monday 1st of September 2014 12:42:02 PM
Considering the sweets!

Natasha Scullion
Monday 1st of September 2014 12:31:56 PM
looking in the shop...

Natasha Scullion
Monday 1st of September 2014 12:31:09 PM
Meeting Sian...

Natasha Scullion
Monday 1st of September 2014 12:26:30 PM
pages 6&7, heading out to meet Sian

Natasha Scullion
Monday 1st of September 2014 12:20:25 PM
The start of the story...

Natasha Scullion
Monday 1st of September 2014 12:16:16 PM
This is the start of a children's book set in the village that was kindly leant to project by a resident.

Natasha Scullion
Monday 1st of September 2014 12:05:50 PM
This is a photograph of a relative of one of the residents who joined in with the project, they thought this was one of the first cars to be owned in Trimsaran and their relative was very proud of it!

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 27th of August 2014 05:04:32 PM
An impressively tinted view of the Miners Arms pub in Trimsaran. The tinting almost makes the family in the foreground seem like they have been added in afterwards!

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 27th of August 2014 04:44:03 PM
An image of Spudders Bridge with a car in the process of crossing it. Today this narrow bridge which used to be the only road link between the village and Trimsaran is sadly over grown and serves as a pedestrian crossing whilst the new, wider road that runs alongside its forebear roars with the sound of modern traffic.

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 27th of August 2014 04:42:15 PM
Caeduan View in Trimsaran, the view looks very different today!

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 27th of August 2014 04:36:01 PM
The Bird in Hand pub taken sometime in the 1930s, the pub is still very much open today!

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 27th of August 2014 04:34:40 PM
A view of the coal yard in Trimsaran when it was in operation, if you look carefully at the rail wagons at the back of the picture you can see at least one load has links to Ebbw Vale!

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 27th of August 2014 04:33:20 PM
A general view of the village from the early 20th century

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 27th of August 2014 04:29:32 PM
A view of Bryncaerau and the chapel heading towards Kidwelly

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 27th of August 2014 04:28:25 PM
A photograph of Llandyry Church in Trimsaran taken in the early 20th century and kindly brought as part of a collection by one of the senior residents of Trimsaran.

Natasha Scullion
Wednesday 27th of August 2014 04:11:28 PM
One of the Trimsaran bricks, brought in to show us the type produced in the village when the brickworks was in operation.

Natasha Scullion
Tuesday 26th of August 2014 03:42:38 PM
Working with the pre-school group to create more Trimsaran houses and producing the grass for the map!

Natasha Scullion
Tuesday 29th of July 2014 11:06:54 AM
Residents of Lys-y-Godian taking a look at our 1st-4th edition maps and old aerial photographs of the local area

Natasha Scullion
Saturday 28th of June 2014 08:43:01 AM
A photograph of one of Trimsaran's old buses, kindly brought in by a member of the community

Natasha Scullion
Saturday 28th of June 2014 08:39:22 AM
One of the maps leant to us for the project

Natasha Scullion
Saturday 28th of June 2014 08:35:40 AM
Using the mining map leant to us for the project, ready for people to see!

Natasha Scullion
Saturday 28th of June 2014 08:31:51 AM
One Trimsaran resident with her finished house!

Trimsaran Community Project
Friday 28th of February 2014 10:33:23 AM
Member of Trimsaran community working on creating their houses to add to the 3D model village that will be showcased at the National Eisteddfod in the Summer!

Trimsaran Community Project
Friday 28th of February 2014 10:30:59 AM