Chronicle Blog: Breaking Boundaries

The Chronicle’s Volunteer Blog features blog posts and articles about what it’s like to be a part of the Chronicle Project and is written by our volunteers. This post is by Mike Hawkins, a retired volunteer who recently conducted a walking tour of Cardiff Bay for the project. It’s the day of the final Chronicle […]

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Chronicle Blog: #justdoitVolunteer

The Chronicle’s Volunteer Blog features blog posts and articles about what it’s like to be a part of the Chronicle Project and is written by our volunteers. This post is by Rob Jones, a volunteer who led the creation of the project’s exhibition at the Pierhead Building in October. Hi, my name is Rob Jones, […]

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Chronicle Blog: Community Spaces!

The Chronicle’s Volunteer Blog features blog posts and articles about what it’s like to be a part of the Chronicle Project and is written by our volunteers. This post is by Mike Hawkins, a volunteer who has recently conducted a walking tour of Grangetown for the project. Who would have thought that the Marl in […]

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Chronicle Blog: Ceri Stennett

em>The Chronicle’s Volunteer Blog features blog posts and articles about what it’s like to be a part of the Chronicle Project and is written by our volunteers. This post is by Ceri Stennett, a volunteer who has been broadcasting on Radio Cardiff for the project. The Chronicle local history programme comes to an end Tuesday […]

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Chronicle Blog – Radio Documentary No. 2

The Chronicle’s Volunteer Blog features blog posts and articles about what it’s like to be a part of the Chronicle Project and is written by our volunteers. This post is by Mike Hawkins, a retired volunteer, who recently appeared on Radio Cardiff. This morning I got that dreaded message from Kayleigh – “Also is there […]

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Chronicle Blog – Radio Documentary

The Chronicle’s Volunteer Blog features blog posts and articles about what it’s like to be a part of the Chronicle Project and is written by our volunteers. This post is by Kayleigh Williams, an intern for the project, who recently appeared on Radio Cardiff. If you had asked me in November when I joined the […]

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