Rhondda, Saturday By Nan Youngman From: Newport Museum and Art Gallery Nan Youngman (1906-1995) was an English painter and teacher. She came to South Wales in the early 1950s to organise a scheme which exhibited paintings in Welsh schools and fell in love with the landscape of the mining valleys.
The Maltsters Arms is a public house in Pontypridd known to date back to at least 1858. It is believed to sit on the site of the original earthen house from which Pontypridd takes its Welsh name (Pont-y-tŷ-pridd – the bridge by the earthen house). **