Rugby Matches: Ephemera; Article; Cefn Coed Coal and Steam Centre, Blaenant Colliery, Crynant; Rugby Union; Public Inquiry; National Eisteddfod of Wales: Lliw Valley Eisteddfod; Visit of Prince and Princess of Wales to West Glamorgan, 28 Oct 1981; Swansea Schools Rugby Union; Dylan Thomas; City of Swansea; Port Talbot Show; Rugby Union; Royal regiment of Wales (24th/41st Foot); Davies - Captain H. Leighton Davies, Cbe, D.L. (1894-1980); Welsh Rugby Union - Centenary, 1981; Smith of Boverton, Llantwit Major; South Wales Constabulary; Royalty; Royal regiment of Wales (24th/41st Foot); Bishop Gore Comprehensive School, Swansea; West Glamorgan Youth Orchestra; Calvinistic Methodist: Beulah Chapel, Margam; Association of Sea and Air Port Health Authorities; Church in Wales; University College of Swansea; Petty Sessions: Magistrates Year books: Afan (From 1986, Port Talbot); Petty Sessions: Magistrates Year books: Lliw Valley; Petty Sessions: Magistrates Year books: Neath; Petty Sessions: Magistrates Year books: Swansea; Rugby Union - Season Tickets (Includes List of Fixtures); Borough of Port Talbot; H.M.S. Glamorgan 1982; Church in Wales; New Zealand Maoris Rugby Union Football Team Visit; Bristol Channel Yacht Club, Mumbles; Order of Service; Borough of Port Talbot; Chairman of Glamorgan County Council; Souvenir Menus; Brecon Cathedral; Church of Wales; Rugby Union; programme; the 108 (Welsh) Field Squadron, Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia); Freedom of the City of Cardiff Ceremony for Sir Cennydd Traherne, H.M. Lord Lieutenant, 29 Jan 1985; Parliamentary Borough of Aberavon (Contributory to Swansea District of Boroughs); Rugby Union; Cricket; Royal National Lifeboat Institution; Church in Wales; Welsh Scout Council, Tenth Jamboree Cymru, Margam Park 1985; the Magistrates Association; W. Emrys Griffiths, Town Clerk of Boroughs of Port Talbot (1962-1974) and Afan (1974-1981); Rugby Union; Swansea District Land registry; Rugby Union; South Wales Constabulary 150th Anniversary of Policing in Swansea; c. K. Andrews Garage, Uplands, Swansea; Church in Wales; British Steel Corporation, Port Talbot, Hot Strip Mill; Territorial Auxiliary and Volunteer Reserve Association for Wales; Church in Wales - Llandaff Cathedral; H.M.S. Glamorgan; Church in Wales - St. David's Church, Merthyr Tydfil; H.M.S. Glamorgan; Rugby Union; Church in Wales; Aberavon Rugby Football Club; Neath Borough Council; the Buchanan Report; European Conservation Year 1970; Dinner Menus 1980-1981; Deeds of copyhold Lands and A Cottage At Murton in the Manor and Parish of Bishopston, 1815-1867; Local Government Boundaries: Boundary Commission for Wales; 50th Annniversary of the Death of the Poet Dylan Thomas (1914-1953); miscellaneous papers; Swansea, Tasmania; Visit to China; miscellaneous
Records relating to Michael E. J. Rush
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Administrative / Biographical History
Michael Edward John Rush, CBE was born in Lancashire in 1938. He became Clerk to West Glamorgan County Council (later Chief Executive) on its creation in 1974.
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