Tredegar House is a magnificent Restoration Period mansion in Newport, South East Wales. It was the home of the Morgan family up until 1951 when it was sold to the Sisters of Saint Joseph. Since 1974 it has been owned by Newport City Council. In April 2012 the National Trust took over the management of the property.
My name is Steff Ellis. I have worked for Newport City Council at Tredegar House as a Learning Facilitator and Tour Guide and have been involved in the care and conservation of the House and its collections. I recently was employed by the National Trust during the takeover of the property. I currently work as a Heritage Interpreter and Learning Facilitator in South Wales.
This WordPress Blog is a personal one. The views expressed here are my own and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Trust or Newport City Council. My other blog “Gwentydd” takes a look at local heritage sites and issues in a wider context. gwentydd.wordpress.com