A concert to commemorate those who have lost their lives in coal mines has taken place 300 feet below ground at the Big Pit museum in Blaenavon.
A minute's silence was also held.
The performers say besides paying tribute to fallen miners, they were keen to celebrate the positives mining has brought to Wales.
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