The Royal Mint is opening its doors to the public for the first time in its 1,000-year history.
Britain's oldest manufacturing organisation started in the Tower of London, but since 1968 its headquarters have been in Llantrisant.
A grant from the Welsh Government means it can now build a new visitor centre. Our reporter Alexandra Lodge has been given a sneak preview of what people can expect to see.
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It will be Wales' third successive last-eight appearance under head coach Warren Gatland.
A group of AMs says, between January 2015 and August 2019, Wales lost over two fifths of its bank branches, 239 in all.
There'll be some decent spells of sunshine today but breezy out to the west with showers too.