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Young workers Liam and Harri fly the flag for Welsh cultural heritage

Two young men are showing there's a big future in the cultural heritage of Swansea.


Liam Llewelyn and Harri Macquire have been working in the city on a scheme that encourages people at the start of their careers to be part of a new generation telling the story of Wales.

As trainees on the Wales-wide Cultural Ambition Project, their places of work have included Swansea Council's Glynn Vivian Art Gallery and Swansea Museum.

Liam, aged 18, has been placed with the Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust, Swansea University's Egypt Centre, Swansea Museum and the city's National Waterfront Museum.

Harri, aged 21, was placed at the National Waterfront Museum, Llanelli's Parc Howard Museum and at the Glynn Vivian.

Placement applications for the project's new intake close on August 30.

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Photo Liam Llewelyn at Swansea Museum.

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