Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes on heritage projects? How the sources are gathered and what process they go through to become a project in which everyone can take part?
Now’s your chance to find out!
The Royal Commission is offering the opportunity to find out more about the Britain from Above project, an online collection of historical aerial photographs of Wales, Scotland and England from 1919–53, these are available for everyone to enjoy and share memories.
On 20 November the Royal Commission will be opening its doors for people to find out about what the Commission does, with talks, an archive tour and an opportunity to see some of the Aerofilms albums of Wales.
The afternoon starts at 2:30pm with the main events running until 5pm. There will then be a break for tea, followed by Light, Landscape and Lasers - Revealing the Heritage of Wales from the Air, a talk by Dr Toby Driver at 6pm, and mince pies and winter punch afterwards.
It should be a fascinating afternoon but places are very limited, so please book by phoning 01970 621200 or by emailing Natasha.firstname.lastname@example.org
By Natasha Scullion
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