This year's 'The Big Lunch' - an annual get-together designed to foster friendship between neighbours - has taken place in communities across the UK today.
Residents of Ethel Street in Neath have participated in the scheme since 2009, and were recently given a prestigious community award by the Duchess of Cornwall, who is Patron of The Big Lunch.
Local families were praised for transforming the area - one of the most deprived in Wales - after they started meeting once a year and getting to know each other over a meal.
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Philip Thomas was a 10-year-old pupil at Pantglas Junior School in Aberfan when a coal tip collapsed and slid downhill.
ITV News speaks to Jeff Edwards - who was eight years old when he became the last survivor to be pulled from the rubble.
Until 21st October 1966, Aberfan was a place that most of the world had never heard of.