How Did You Become so Heavily Involved in Grangetown’s History? | Ray Noyes

Ray became so heavily involved in Grangetown’s history when he retired because this was where he grew up. Aspects of the area’s history that made it especially attractive were the fact that it’s probably the most culturally and ethnically diverse part of Wales, plus the varied architecture that exists there. Q&A Video Series with Ray […]

Finally, a Book Exploring the Social Causes of Workhouses | Ray Noyes

Ray’s book, Workhouse, is radically different from others on this topic. While he delves into the conditions of the workhouse, like many other books, he also links this to the Industrial Revolution and explores who the residents of Britain’s workhouses were. Why is it that industrialisation necessitates a class of human beings abandoned to abject […]