Events

John Nash, Architect: Welshman and Genius

20 November, Pembroke Dock Library, 7pm. A talk by Royal Commission architectural historian, Richard Suggett on John Nash, Architect: Welshman and Genius. The t ...

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20th November

Explore Your Archive

Explore Your Archives: Discovering Twentieth-century Heritage in Wales

27 November, Explore Your Archives, Discovering Twentieth-century Heritage in Wales. At 12pm Royal Commission Senior Investigator, Susan Fielding, will talk on ...

Read more National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth
27th November

The Royal Commission Christmas Lecture – A Story of Sand, Sea and Storms: Uncovering the Secrets of Dinas Dinlle Hillfort in Gwynedd

5 December, The Royal Commission Christmas Lecture, Drwm, National Library of Wales, 5pm. This year’s talk is on A Story of Sand, Sea and Storms: Uncovering t ...

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5th December

The Royal Commission Christmas Lecture – A Story of Sand, Sea and Storms: Uncovering the Secrets of Dinas Dinlle Hillfort in Gwynedd, hosted by the School of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences, Bangor University

16 January 2020, The Royal Commission Christmas Lecture, A Story of Sand, Sea and Storms: Uncovering the Secrets of Dinas Dinlle Hillfort in Gwynedd, 6pm, hoste ...

Read more Cemlyn Jones Room (PL5), Pontio, Deiniol Road, Bangor, LL57 2TQ
16th January

A View from Above: 100 years of Aerial Photography over Wales

29 January 2020, Aberystwyth and District Probus Club, 11am. A talk by Dr Ywain Tomos on A View from Above: 100 years of Aerial Photography over Wales at the Wa ...

Read more Waunfawr Community Hall, Aberystwyth
29th January

Digital Past 2020: New technologies in heritage, interpretation and outreach

12 - 13 February 2020 Aberystwyth Arts Centre Digital Past is a two-day conference which showcases innovative digital technologies for data capture, interpret ...

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12th February

Why are Medieval Churches Important?

25 February 2020, Treftadaeth Llangynfelyn Heritage, 7.30pm. A talk by Royal Commission architectural historian, Richard Suggett, on Why are Medieval Churches I ...

Read more Llanfach Hall, Taliesin, SY20 8JQ
25th February

A View from Above: 100 years of Aerial Photography over Wales

16 April, Mawddach Rotary Club, 7pm. A talk by Dr Ywain Tomos on A View from Above: 100 years of Aerial Photography over Wales at the Y Sospan Café / the Sospa ...

Read more The Sospan Restaurant, Queens Square, Dolgellau, LL40 1AW
16th April

Crucks: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Reflections on Medieval Roofs

18 April Powysland Club 3pm. A talk by Royal Commission architectural historian, Richard Suggett, on Crucks: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Reflections on Medi ...

Read more COWSHACC, Oldford Lane, Welshpool, SY21 7TE
18th April

Revealing the Archaeology of Ceredigion and Mid Wales: Prehistoric, Roman and Medieval Discoveries from the Drought Summer of 2018

29 April, National Library of Wales lunchtime talk on Revealing the Archaeology of Ceredigion and Mid Wales: Prehistoric, Roman and Medieval Discoveries from th ...

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29th April

Collecting Welsh Place Names

29 April, Aberystwyth and District Probus Club, 11am. A talk by Dr James January-McCann on Collecting Welsh Place Names at the Waunfawr Community Hall, Bryncein ...

Read more Waunfawr Community Hall, SY23 3PN
29th April

Braving the Dragon’s: An Artist’s Expedition into the Archaeological Imagination

6 May, National Library of Wales lunchtime talk on Braving the Dragon’s: An Artist’s Expedition into the Archaeological Imagination by Carmen Mills. To be h ...

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6th May