After the war, Neath Little Theatre grew from strength to strength. Margaret Ormrod remembers how the theatre helped to rebuild the community through art and culture during the fifties.
Born in Bedwas, Philip Mallett remembers the close-knit community in the village during the forties and fifties, when he was a young boy. He also tells us of the close connections he had with the Workmen's Hall.
Ever since he was a young boy in the 1940s David Gwyn John has shown a keen interest in transport and has spent a number of hours watching and travelling on buses and trains around Swansea.
Pamela Partridge was brought up in Bedwas and she remembers the importance of the Workmen's Hall there during the fifties.
Angus was born in Bedwas and in his story he recalls some of the characters in the valley and how he contributed to the community in his early life.
John David recalls how the Second World War affected Porthcawl and the terrific community spirit that pulled everyone together at such a difficult time.
The big snows of 1947; the official opening of Lampeter Secondary School; agriculture and the milk factory in the Aeron Valley: Bryn Hughes shares his fondest memories of the period.
Mary Morgan comes from Llanrhystud. During the Second World War she wrote poetry to welcome the local soldier's home.