Merthyr Tydfil's iconic Grade II listed Vulcan House is officially opening after a £2m redevelopment.
Formerly a brewery and then an iron foundry, it became the centre of activity for the Chartist movement in the 19th century.
Part of the regeneration of the area and a partnership between Wales & West Housing and Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council enabled the building to be saved with funding from the Welsh Government.
Vulcan House has now been made into 15 affordable homes for local people.
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