Hafodyrynys Colliery, register of dangerous drugs

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Hafodyrynys Colliery.
Hafodyrynys Colliery, register of dangerous drugs
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Biographical/Historical note

In 1911, the Crumlin Valleys Colliery Company began sinking two shafts at Hafodyrnys Colliery. An earlier mine with the same name had existed and been worked in the late nineteenth century. Hafodyrynys New Mine was worked until 1966.

The first act to regulate the supply of drugs in the Uk was The Dangerous Drugs Act, passed in the UK in 1920.

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Scope and Contents note

Record of Dangerous Drugs, 1951-1961.

Includes names of patients to whom the drugs were administered.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

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Conditions Governing Access note

This record is subject to a closure period of 100 years, due to the sensitive nature of the information concerning persons who may still be living.

It will be possible to access information from this record only with the written consent of the individual concerned or by providing evidence that they are no longer living. A search of the document can then be carried out by a member of staff as part of our normal search service. For further information,please refer to our policy on closure periods, available on our website, at: http://www.gwentarchives.gov.uk/media/44406/document-closure-periods-171114.pdf


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Appraisal note

All records have been retained.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

The following related records for Hafodyrynys Colliery are held at Gwent Archives:

Plans and 2 layout plans, 1956-1959, ref. D2133/32.

Plans relating to this colliery, ref. D3411/1/1-D3411/1/1/13, 1957-1962.

Accident compensation registers, c 1920-c 1950, ref. D3491/5, D3491/59 and D3491/60.

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Other Finding Aids note

Copies of finding aids are available at Gwent Archives.

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