Rhymney Valley Women's Aid, Records
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Rhymney Valley Women's Aid was established in 1976. The primary aim of the group is to provide a place of safety and emotional and practical support and information for women and their children experiencing domestic abuse. Access to the service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is open to women from any part of the country. Referrals are accepted from individuals as well as statutory and voluntary agencies. Women's Aid is also a nationwide movement which campaigns for the right of women to live without fear.
Chronological within record series.
Conditions Governing Access
Soroptimist International Cardiff and District
Other Finding Aids
A detailed catalogue is available online.
Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements
Compiled by Rhian Diggins for Glamorgan Archives, with reference to Rhymney Valley Women's Aid annual reports.
Conditions Governing Use
Normal Glamorgan Archives conditions apply.
All records which meet the collection policy of Glamorgan Archives have been retained.
The records remained in the custody of the depositor until transferred to Glamorgan Archives.
Accruals are possible.