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COACH TRIP SATURDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2014 to CRAVEN ARMS: LAND OF LOST CONTENT Museum and STOKESAY CASTLE

COST OF COACH £15, museum and castle entries additional – Free entry to Stokesay for visitors with Cadw full membership cards. Collect booking form at the Museum. Pickup points from Bangor to Colwyn Bay.

 

OPEN DOORS WEEKEND. Sat 27th September.

Pick up a brochure at the museum or see the Conwy / Gwynedd Open Doors website.

The University Collections and Top College Building are offering public tours of the Natural History museum, in the Brambell Building, Deiniol Road, 10-12am; and in Top College, the ceramics collection 1-2pm and 2.30-3.30pm.  If you are able to act as a volunteer ‘shepherd’ during these sessions, to avoid people getting lost etc., please contact Emma at the museum (01248 353368).

 

FRIDAY LUNCHTIME AUTUMN TALKS in the Museum (12.30 – 1.30pm):

THE GREAT WAR

October 10: Royal Gifts and Troops’ Comforts:  Speaker Dinah Evans. 

October 17: Iain Wright of Royal Commission on Ancient and Historic Monuments in Wales: War Memorials in Wales.

October 24: Bring and talk session: This is an opportunity to bring mementoes, photographs and family memories of the First World War.

October 31: Lynette Henta, who prepared the Archives Exhibition in BU upper corridor, will speak on Belgian Refugees in north Wales.