Porth Wen Brick Works owners
Thoroughly interesting guide to the brickworks. I used to go there as a child with my dad. Always is a distant memory of the place. I was wondering if you knew who owns the site? is it privately owned?
I'm interested in some conservation works to the area.
All the best
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