South Wales Coalfield Collection

Wales Congress

Ref No. Description Dates
VID/104 Speech by Howells, Kim at the Wales Congress, Maesteg.
Speech made by Kim Howells at the Wales Congress, Maesteg. He talks about the problems faced by the coal industry, the political divisions within the NUM and the need for an energy strategy.
Covers period : 1984-1985 (c).
Running time : 8mins 52secs.
1.6.1985
VID/105 Discussions about Miners' Strike, Wales Congress, Maesteg.
Parts of Discussions about the miners' strike at the Wales Congress, Maesteg..
Covers period : 1984-1985 (c).
Running time : 8mins 54secs.
1.6.1985
VID/106 Workshop reports, Wales Congress, Maesteg.
Reports of the various workshops held at the Wales Congress, Maesteg.
Covers period : 1984-1985 (c).
Running time : 32 mins 23 secs.
1.6.1985
VID/107 Resolution put forward at the Wales Congress, Maesteg relating to Russell Shankland and Dean Hancock.
A resolution put forward at the Wales Congress, Maesteg by Sian James and Tim Richards relating to the imprisonment of Russell Shankland and Dean Hancock. This is preceeded by a brief unrelated speech by a member of Lambeth Council.
Covers period : 1984-1985 (c).
Running time : 10mins 10secs.
1.6.1985
VID/108 Speech by Clwyd, Ann at the Wales Congress, Maesteg.
Speech made by Ann Clwyd at the Wales Congress, Maesteg. She talks about Ian McGregor, dismissals and appeal tribunals, the miners' strike and the imprisonment of two miners Russell Shankland and Dean Hancock.
Covers period : 1984-1985 (c).
Running time : 7 mins 17 secs.
1.6.1985
VID/110 Resolution put forward by Peter Evans and Tony Heath at Wales Congress, Maesteg.
Resolution put forward by Peter Evans and seconded by Tony Heath at the Wales Congress, Maesteg. It concerns the closures of St Johns and Mardy Collieries and the victimisation of miners by management. This is followed by a short speech closing the congress.
Covers period : 1984-1985 (c).
Running time : 9 mins 37 secs.
1.6.1985

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