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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

The Royal Commission at Large - Saturday 2 March






In addition to “Inside Welsh Homes” Gallery Talk and People’s Collection Wales event to be held in Bangor Museum on Saturday 2 March, the Royal Commission will also be attending two other events in Carmarthen on that day, supporting other heritage organizations. In the first of these, Royal Commission military historian, Medwyn Parry, is the guest speaker for the Dyfed Family History Society AGM at St. Peter’s Hall, Carmarthen, between 10am―3pm. The title of his talk is Twentieth-Century Military Remains in Wales with an emphasis on World War I, and will no doubt prove most entertaining. For further details, please contact: Dyfed Family History Society.



The second event on that day, also in Carmarthen, is the Carmarthenshire Archaeology Day organised by Dyfed Archaeological Trust. Here, Dr Eurwyn Wiliam, Chairman of the Royal Commission and author the highly–acclaimed publication, The Welsh Cottage: Y Bwthyn Cymreig, will be giving an authoritive talk on The Welsh Cottage. Other speakers at the event will include Dr Rod Bale and Cliff Bateman. The event will be held between 9.30am ― 4.30pm in the Halliwell Centre, Trinity Saint David, Carmarthen. For further information, please contact Ed Davies: e.davies@dyfedarchaeology.org.uk; tel: 01558 825993.




Staff from the Royal Commission will be on-hand throughout the day to answer enquiries and chat to visitors at both events. In particular, please come along to our stall where there will be a full-range of publications, including our three latest titles: Fields of Play: The Sporting Heritage of Wales, Y Tu Mewn i Gartrefi Cymru / Inside Welsh Homes and Worktown: The Drawings of Falcon Hildred― all on sale with a special 10% discount. The day promises to be a wonderful opportunity for all, so please come and join us―wherever we may be!

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