Number 10, The Circle, Tredegar NP22 3PS; was home to the Tredegar Medical Aid Society
"A building that was pivotal in the formation of the NHS opens to the public later and it is hoped it will help rejuvenate a Blaenau Gwent town.
Number 10, The Circle, was home to the Tredegar Medical Aid Society, which was used as a blueprint by Aneurin Bevan when he set up the National Health Service for the UK in 1948.
However, the building became derelict.
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust bought it in 2019 and hopes it will make Tredegar a "destination town"." https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-57802514
Number 10, The Circle, Tredegar NP22 3PS
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