Tag: South Wales

YOU CAN CALL ME BOYO ….

While meandering around the world wide web, I more often than not discover things written about myself, this website and/or people I know well, on countless websites, forums and social media accounts. As regular readers of the Outlaw are undoubtably aware, the greater majority of what I read about myself (and this website and it’s patrons), and published by […]

THE LOST ONES ….

Regular readers and contributors to the site, are only too aware that the Outlaw has been mentioned in a number of investigations and subsequent court cases since 2012; The most significant instance being, during the investigation and trial of a man who received a 16-year sentence for child abuse/cruelty, after a number of victims contacted […]

THE MERTHYR RISING…

By the year 1829, a depression had set in the Welsh iron industry which was to last for three long years. As a direct result, the Ironmasters of Merthyr Tydfil made hundred of workers redundant and also severely cut the wages of those who were allowed to remain. Against a background of rapidly rising prices […]

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