A History and Legacy of the Production of Chemical & Atomic Weapons
18 Mar 13
- 18 Mar 13
Rhydymwyn Valley Site, Rhydymwyn,
Presentations and tour of the site and tunnels.
The Rhydymwyn Valley Site in Flintshire is a former MOD chemical
weapons manufacturing and storage facility. This meeting will look
at the history of the site, the activities that went on there and
the challenges of managing it as a nature reserve.
10am Welcome & presentations:
- Working in the Weapons Manufacture Industry
- A History of Rhydymwyn Valley
- Wildlife and Conservation at Rhydymwyn Valley
12pm Lunch (bring your own)
1pm Tours of the Site and Storage Tunnels
Please confirm your attendance at this event by using the online booking
service via the web site or by sending an email to Rachael Davies, providing the names and
contact details of all attendees, both members and non members.
Places are strictly limited to 30 and it is
advisable to book your place as early as possible.
A contribution of £5 will be collected at the door to support
the cost of this event.
Registration acknowledgements will not be provided unless
The event is fully accessible to wheelchairs.
Tea, Coffee and light refreshments will be provided but please
bring a packed lunch.
Event Flyers and Documents