National planetarium for Wales still ‘an exciting prospect’

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    The group behind plans for a national planetarium for Wales say they remain “very optimistic” – despite £40m of funding needed to make it happen.

    In 2015, Dark Sky Wales announced proposals to develop Planetarium Wales in Maerdy, Rhondda Cynon Taff, but the site was deemed inappropriate.

    The focus shifted last year to the former Tower Colliery site in Hirwaun.  FOR MORE INFO CLICK HERE

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