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One of Wales' oldest hospitals has been celebrating 80 years of care.
Staff at Llandough Hospital outside Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan have been looking after patients since 1933.
Patients at Llandough Hospital will be offered a 1930's style menu today as part of it's 80th anniversary celebrations.
The hospital, which opened in 1933, has played a key role in the lives of countless people across Wales.
The hospital says people have also donated photos, artefacts and memories that have brought the hospital’s history to life and will feature in the new ‘living museum’.
Cardiff Camera Club were invited into the hospital to mark the occasion and capture the work that goes.
University Hospital Llandough, near Cardiff, is this week celebrating its 80th anniversary.
It was originally called Llandough Hospital when it opened in 1933.
A "living museum" is being set up at the hospital as part of the celebrations which features old equipment and pictures that paint a picture of its past.
Events include 1930s themed meals and games for patients and a performance by the hospital's recently formed choir at a special celebratory concert.