The Briton Ferry Brunel Dock Trust

The Briton Ferry Brunel Dock Trust was formed back in 2005 by local residents, historians & enthusiasts. Our main goal is the regeneration, repair and preservation of the Brunel Dock at Briton Ferry, a small town situated in South Wales in the United Kingdom.

The dock area and monuments are a Grade II listed area of national importance due to "the industrial archaeological interest as the major surviving built component of Brunel’s docks, notable for the innovative use of hydraulically powered buoyancy chambers in its lock gate."

The regeneration and repair of the dock area of Briton Ferry is a very big task and will take a long time to achieve and with this in mind the trust aims to secure funding for small phases of work to eventually achieve our goal of completing the  regeneration.

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Hugh James Speaks in Bristol About Brunel Docks Briton Ferry

Veteran Briton Ferry Brunel Dock campaigner Hugh James is visiting Bristol this week. He has [...]

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As our project grows over the next few years and hopefully get the funding we need, one of our main goals is to get more and more people involved. We may need an army of volunteers so contact us for more information. The Trust fully supports the Duke of Edinburgh Awards.

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