GRWP CADWRAETHWYR - PRESERVATION GROUP
former GERMAN Prisoner of War Camp 198 & Special Camp
Continuing the Hut 9
Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th OCTOBER
Reservations for this Event are now open
Events are usually booked on a first come first served
six or more months in advance,
so reserve your place now.
To book a place for the Event please email
and tell us how many tickets you need, the day
and your preferred time slot.
The Hut 9 tours
begin on the hour at 10am on Saturday (last tour commencing at 3pm), and
9am on the Sunday (last tour commencing at 2pm). Each tour lasts
approximately 90 minutes.
March 2018 event
This Event is now Fully booked!
Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th
ISLAND FARM website has acquired a very special domain name!
We are a
local group of four volunteers that have been asked to help preserve Hut 9, the last
remaining building on the
Island Farm site in Bridgend, South Wales.
We have many
aims for the future and some of these include the preservation of the building,
its escape tunnel (The Welsh Great Escape) and the collection and preservation of
all material pertaining to Island Farm and its former Prisoner of War Camp. This includes photographs,
documents, eyewitness accounts and day-to-day objects used in the camp.
Brett Exton, Richard Williams,
Hut 9, Island
Farm P.O.W. Camp and ROF Bridgend
FOLLOW us on
Hut9 Preservation Group
are two Bridgend websites, created and maintained
by local historians/ members of our Preservation Group, containing bags of information, facts, figures and
very rare pictures. These websites are very unique and the
and main global
source material reference on the web regarding the Island
Farm PoW Camp and the Munitions Ordnance factory in Brackla.
by Brett Exton
by Richard Williams
are grateful for the support received from BCBC. For further visitor information, things to
do, places to stay and events to see around Bridgend, please visit
You can also download the Dare To Discover
Apple Store HERE or
Google Play HERE.
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with questions or comments about this web site.
Hut 9 aerial view (looking East). Photograph by
Jerzy Grzywaczewski (June 2014).
Aerial picture taken by Ade Pitman (Biggles Ade)
during our March 2015 Open Weekend.