Friends of Aberdulais Falls

Visitors at the waterwheel and site of the former tin-works at Aberdulais Falls, Neath Port Talbot, Wales.

The Friends of Aberdulais Falls support a unique property that combines a mid 19th century industrial heritage with spectacular natural features that attracted late 18th century and early 19th century artists.

What we do

As a Friend you can participate in the social events that are on offer in our quarterly magazine, become more involved at the property or even participate in the Friends’ choir.

You will see Friends running the tea-room, taking guided tours, stewarding, selling donated books, gardening, helping at events or in the Visitor Centre and shop.

Our activities behind the scenes include research, archaeological excavation, cataloguing and digitising of photographs and documents.

Our members’ support has enabled us to fund such projects as the refurbishment of the kitchen and the tea-room, provision of lifts, a significant contribution to building the modern Visitor Centre, a secure building for equipment and archaeological finds and much more.

Find out more about Friends of Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall (PDF / 0.26953125MB) download

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