Events

  • Fri
    03
    Jan
    2020
    7 pm for 7.15 pm startHawkesbury Community Centre, Mill Lane, Buckley CH7 3HA

    An illustrated talk for the Buckley Society by Author and Publisher Alister Williams

    Entry £2 to non members, Society members free.

    Doors open 7 pm for a 7.15 pm start.

    All are welcome

    http://www.buckleysociety.org.uk

  • Sat
    11
    Jan
    2020
    1:00 pmPenbryn Chapel, Whitford Street, Holywell, Flintshire CH8 7NL

    A ' get together ' at the Penbryn Chapel organised by the Holywell and District Society see web site for more details.

    www.holywellsociety.org.uk

    Cost £5

    Contact g_harrison@sky.com

    Tel 01352 712748

    http://www.holywellsociety.org.uk

  • Wed
    15
    Jan
    2020
    7:00 pmKathleen and May Centre, Dock Road Connah's Quay CH5 4DS

    An illustrated talk by Dawn Thomas for the Quay Watermen's Association

    Entry £2 per head, free to Q.W.A members.

    For more information: qwaheritageofficer1819@gmail.com

  • Thu
    23
    Jan
    2020
    7:30 pmHolt Community Centre, Chapel Street. Holt LL13 9DJ.

    An illustrated talk for the Holt Local History Society by Alister Williams

    The meetings of the Society are held on the fourth Thursday in each month at 7:30 pm. Lectures are free for  members with a £3.00 charge for non-members.

    Visit web page at https://holtlhs.weebly.com/

  • Sat
    25
    Jan
    2020
    2:30 pmEdith Bankes Memorial Hall,High Street, Northop. CH7 6BQ

    A talk for the Flintshire Historical Society by Prof. Peter Gaunt, Prof. of Modern History,  University of Chester

    Visit website at http://www.flintshirehistoricalsociety.org.uk/

     

  • Sat
    01
    Feb
    2020
    Penbryn Chapel, Whitford Street, Holywell, Flintshire CH8 7NL

    A talk by Tony Griffiths for the Holywell & District Society - preceded by the Annual General Meeting.

    Everyone welcome, members free, visitors £3 entry

    See website for more details at http://www.holywellsociety.org.uk

     

     

     

  • Wed
    05
    Feb
    2020
    2:00 pmKathleen and May Centre, Dock Road Connah's Quay CH5 4DS

    An illustrated talk by Ian Gibbons for the Quay Watermen's Association on the subject of the Royal Charter Ship

    Visitors £2 per head, free to Q.W.A members. For more information: qwaheritageofficer1819@gmail.com

  • Thu
    06
    Feb
    2020
    7:30 pmMasonic Hall, Earl Road, Mold. CH7 1AB

    An Illustrated talk by Celia Drew for Mold Civic Society

    Meetings  are held at Masonic Hall, (next to P.O.) Earl Road, Mold starting at 7.30 pm.

    Membership to the Society costs £10 a year and starts from February of each year, however you are more than welcome to attend as a visitor (£2 per visit)

    http://moldcivicsociety.org.uk/

  • Fri
    07
    Feb
    2020
    7 pm for 7.15 pm startHawkesbury Community Centre, Mill Lane, Buckley CH7 3HA

    A talk by Principal Archivist Claire Harrington for the Buckley Society

    Visitors £2 entry fee members free.

    All are welcome

    Note! Due to unforeseen circumstances this is a change to the published programme, Jennifer Watson will now deliver her talk on The Pioneers of Sealand at our April meeting.

    http://www.buckleysociety.org.uk

  • Thu
    13
    Feb
    2020
    7:00 pmAt Rivertown Chapel, Shotton - please use back entrance

    An illustrated talk by Ian Grant (CPAT) for the Deeside and District Local History Society.

    Entry £3 per head, free for members.

    For further information contact deesidedlhs@gmail.com

  • Wed
    19
    Feb
    2020
    7:00 pmKathleen and May Centre, Dock Road Connah's Quay CH5 4DS

    A talk for the Quay Watermen's Association by John Williams at the Kathleen and May Heritage Centre, Dock Road, Connah’s Quay, CH5 4DS.

    £2 per head, free to QWA members. For more information: qwaheritageofficer1819@gmail.com

  • Sat
    22
    Feb
    2020
    10:15 amLlangollen Eisteddfod pay and display car park on the A542 just outside Llangollen (LL20 8SW Grid Ref SJ 210425)

    Here are details of a walk in the Llangollen Area being organised jointly by Friends of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley and Walkabout Flintshire. Anyone can join, just turn up.

    On Saturday, 22nd February 2020 at 10:15am join Hazel, a member of Friends of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley and a volunteer Walk Leader for Walkabout Flintshire on an approximately 5 mile circular walk to see the beautiful snowdrops at Llantysilio Church. The walk will go via Valle Crucis Abbey and around Velvet Hill to Llantysilio Church before returning along the canal towpath past the Chainbridge Hotel where people may wish to stop for refreshments.

  • Sat
    22
    Feb
    2020
    2:30 pmDyserth Community Hall, Cwm Road Dyserth , Rhyl, Clwyd, LL18 6BD

    A talk for the Flintshire Historical Society by Ray Bailey

    Visit website at http://www.flintshirehistoricalsociety.org.uk/

  • Sat
    22
    Feb
    2020
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    23
    Feb
    2020
    2 pm - 4 pmHawarden Institute31 Glynne Way Hawarden CH5 3NS
    A continuous AV Presentation and Photographs of the area throughout out the afternoons organised by
    Hawarden Photographic Society.
    Visitors are invited to bring along their own photographs.
    Refreshments available
  • Thu
    27
    Feb
    2020
    7:30 pmHolt Community Centre, Chapel Street. Holt LL13 9DJ.

    Visit web page at https://holtlhs.weebly.com/

  • Wed
    04
    Mar
    2020
    2:00 pmKathleen and May Centre, Dock Road Connah's Quay CH5 4DS

    A talk for the Quay Watermen's Association by Sophie Fish, Principal Museums Officer at Flintshire County Council in the Kathleen and May Heritage Centre, Dock Road, Connah’s Quay, CH5 4D

    £2 per head, free to QWA members.

    For more information: qwaheritageofficer1819@gmail.com

  • Thu
    05
    Mar
    2020
    7:30 pmMasonic Hall, Earl Road, Mold. CH71AB

    An illustrated talk for the Mold Civic Society by David Parry

    Our meetings are held at the Masonic Hall, Earl Road, Mold.  If you have a Sat Nav. use the postcode CH7 1AB.

    We meet on the 1st Thursday of the month,  from Feb-June and Sept-Dec and we start our meetings at 7:30

    http://moldcivicsociety.org.uk/

    Membership to the Society costs £10 a year and starts from February of each year, however you are more than welcome to attend as a visitor (£2 per visit)

  • Fri
    06
    Mar
    2020
    7:00 pmHawkesbury Community Centre, Mill Lane, Buckley CH7 3HA

    An illustrated talk for the Buckley Society by Derek Arnold at Hawkesbury Community Centre, Mill Lane, Buckley CH7 3HA

    Doors open 7 pm for a 7.15 pm start all are welcome, members free visitors £2 at the door.

    http://www.buckleysociety.org.uk

    bucksoc@uwclub.net

  • Sat
    14
    Mar
    2020
    11 am - 4 pm Denbighshire Archives Clwyd Street, LL15 1HP Ruthin

    You are invited to come and see a wide range of displays and meet local history and heritage groups from across North East Wales at the annual North East Wales Heritage Forum History Fair which will be held at Denbighshire Archives at Ruthin Gaol.

    Participating Organisations:
    Denbighshire Archives
    Denbighshire Heritage Service
    Ruthin Gaol
    Flintshire Record Office
    Denbighshire Historical Society
    Glyndwr University History Department
    Northop Heritage Group
    New Glyn Valley Heritage Trust
    North East Wales Heritage Forum
    Ruthin and District Civic Association
    Buckley Society
    Dating Old Welsh Houses

    Date: Saturday 14th March
    Venue: Denbighshire Archives at Ruthin Gaol, 46 Clwyd Street, Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15 1HP
    Time: 11am - 4pm  Free entry - all ages are welcome

    01824 708250

     

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    2020
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    Jun
    2020
    North East Wales

    IN THE LIGHT OF THE PRESENT UNPRECEDENTED CIRCUMSTANCES READERS ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE LOCAL ORGANISATIONS  CONCERNED TO CHECK ON THE VALIDITY OF ANY EVENTS ADVERTISED ON THIS PAGE OR ON INDIVIDUAL WEB SITES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

     

     

  • Sat
    21
    Mar
    2020
    11 am - 3 pmHeritage Centre Buckley Library Cntral Precinct CH7 2EF

    CANCELLED

    In the light of the recent spread of the highly infectious Corona Virus and the need to reduce the potential risk of exposure, a reluctant decision has been made to postpone the Tivoli Memories day due to be held on Saturday the 21st March at Buckley Heritage Centre. An alternative event will be arranged in late summer subject to conditions being suitable.  www.buckleysociety.org.uk

     

    MEMORIES OF THE TIVOLI

    As part of a local history project financed the Buckley Society are appealing for your memories from visiting the Tivoli in Buckley in whatever era your experiences take you back to. From Picture House and Music Hall through to the Night Club era of modern times.

    We are looking for old tickets, flyers, photographs, autographs, stories you can tell, memories of stars you met, fashions and any clothing you wore at gigs in the past.

    If you can assist with any of the above, please come along to a ‘Memories’ event at the Heritage Centre, Buckley Library between 11 am and 3 pm on Saturday the 21st March 2020 to share it with us.

    The event is being supported by the Flintshire Museums Service and the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

    Ample car parking space is available plus there are facilities for the disabled.

    If you have information or material of interest but can’t make that date please e mail the Society at bucksoc@uwclub.net

    http://www.buckleysociety.org.uk

  • Thu
    26
    Mar
    2020
    7:30 pmHolt Community Centre, Chapel Street. Holt LL13 9DJ.

    IN THE LIGHT OF THE PRESENT UNPRECEDENTED CIRCUMSTANCES READERS ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE LOCAL ORGANISATIONS  CONCERNED TO CHECK ON THE VALIDITY OF ANY EVENTS ADVERTISED ON THIS PAGE OR ON INDIVIDUAL WEB SITES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

     

    A talk for the Holt Local History Society by Ray Jones

    The meetings of the Society are held on the fourth Thursday in each month at 7:30 pm. Lectures are free for  members with a £3.00 charge for non-members

    Visit web site at https://holtlhs.weebly.com/

     

     

  • Sat
    28
    Mar
    2020
    2:30 pmEdith Bankes Memorial Hall,High Street, Northop. CH7 6BQ

    PLEASE NOTE  The meeting scheduled for March 28 has now been cancelled.

    Sue Fielding  has said she hopes to come sometime in the future.

    Annual General Meeting followed by a lecture for the Flintshire Historical Society by Susan Fielding

  • Thu
    02
    Apr
    2020
    7:30 pmMasonic Hall, Earl Road, Mold. CH7 1AB

    IN THE LIGHT OF THE PRESENT UNPRECEDENTED CIRCUMSTANCES READERS ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE LOCAL ORGANISATIONS  CONCERNED TO CHECK ON THE VALIDITY OF ANY EVENTS ADVERTISED ON THIS PAGE OR ON INDIVIDUAL WEB SITES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

     

    A talk for the Mold Civic Society by Zoe Henderson

    Our meetings are held at the Masonic Hall, Earl Road, Mold.  If you have a Sat Nav. use the postcode CH7 1AB.

    We meet on the 1st Thursday of the month,  from Feb-June and Sept-Dec and we start our meetings at 7:30

    http://moldcivicsociety.org.uk/

    Membership to the Society costs £10 a year and starts from February of each year, however you are more than welcome to attend as a visitor (£2 per visit)

  • Fri
    03
    Apr
    2020
    7:15 pmHawkesbury Community Centre, Mill Lane, Buckley CH7 3HA

    CANCELLED

    In the light of the recent spread of the highly infectious Corona Virus and the need to reduce the potential risk of exposure, a reluctant decision has been made to cancel the two meetings for April and May. The Annual General Meeting will be re scheduled for Autumn 2020 conditions permitting.  www.buckleysociety.org.uk

     

    An illustrated talk by Jennifer Watson for the Buckley Society

    Doors open 7 pm for a 7.15 pm start

    Members free visitors £2 entry fee.

    This is a re-arranged talk from the original programme as it was originally scheduled for February

    Car parking available and refreshments provided

    http://www.buckleysociety.org.uk

    bucksoc@uwclub.net e mail contact

  • Fri
    10
    Apr
    2020
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    Jun
    2020

    https://www.facebook.com/NorthEastWalesArchives/

    Archive for the Future

    The North East Wales Archives wants to record the experiences of people in Flintshire and Denbighshire during this unprecedented period in history. The purpose of keeping archives is to preserve historical records to aid future understanding of events, people and places in history. We hope to create an Archive of information and images for future generations to help them understand how much the Coronavirus Crisis is affecting the local community and impacting on the lives of everyone involved.

    Are you in lockdown at home, or going out to work in a changed and uncertain environment? How is it affecting your daily life? We would like to hear about the positive aspects as well as the unsettling and challenging ones! If you are keeping a daily journal or would like to contribute a poem, drawing, painting or a photograph depicting how life during lockdown looks to you, we would love to hear from you!  Photographs could include images of shops closed down; deserted streets; usually crowded areas looking incongruously empty; wildlife returning to unexpected places.

    E-mail your writing/images, with your name and address, to us at: archives@flintshire.gov.uk for Flintshire residents, and archives@denbighshire.gov.uk for Denbighshire residents. The best contributions will be selected to form part of an historic collection of memories and in the future will help people to understand what the current crisis meant to people living in North East Wales.

    Liz Newman

    Archivist | Archifydd
    Flintshire Record Office
    | Archifdy Sir y Fflint

    THE OLD RECTORY, RECTORY LANE, HAWARDEN, FLINTSHIRE, CH5 3NR
    YR HEN REITHORDY, LÔN REITHORDY, PENARLÂG, SIR Y FFLINT, CH5 3NR

    Education & Youth | Addysg ac Ieuenctid
    Flintshire County Council
    | Cyngor Sir y Fflint

    ________________________________________________________________________________
    Tel
    | Ffôn | 01244 532364
    Email
    | Ebost | archives@flintshire.gov.uk

     ____________________________________________________________________________________
    http://www.flintshire.gov.uk | http://www.siryfflint.gov.uk

    My working days are Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri

     

  • Fri
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    2020
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    A LETTER TO FUTURE CHILDREN

    At the North East Wales Archives we are running a competition for the best ‘Letter to Future Children’ written by school-age pupils living in Denbighshire and Flintshire. Write a letter, to be read by children in 100 years’ time, to tell them how your life has changed since the Coronavirus crisis sent you home from school!
    - What are you doing every day?
    - What is it like being at home all the time without seeing your friends and extended family?
    - Are you having to go to school, and if so is it strangely quiet?
    - How are your family coping with working at home or going out to do essential work?
    - Above all, tell the future children what you are missing most and enjoying most!
    Please include a drawing, showing how life looks to you at this strange time in history!

    . E-mail your writing/images, with your name and address, to us at: archives@flintshire.gov.uk for Flintshire residents, and archives@denbighshire.gov.uk for Denbighshire residents.
    All letters will be included in the ‘Letter to Future Children’ Archive and preserved for future generations to read. The winner will receive a prize of a £20 Amazon Voucher and have their letter shared online

    Liz Newman

    Archivist | Archifydd

    Flintshire Record Office | Archifdy Sir y Fflint

    Education & Youth | Addysg ac Ieuenctid
    Flintshire County Council
    | Cyngor Sir y Fflint
    ____________________________________________________________________________________

    Tel
    | Ffôn | 01244 532414
    Email
    | Ebost | liz.newman@flintshire.gov.uk
    ____________________________________________________________________________________

    http://www.flintshire.gov.uk | http://www.siryfflint.gov.uk

    My working days are Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri

     

  • Thu
    23
    Apr
    2020
    7:00 pmHolt Community Centre, Chapel Street. Holt LL13 9DJ.

    IN THE LIGHT OF THE PRESENT UNPRECEDENTED CIRCUMSTANCES READERS ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE LOCAL ORGANISATIONS  CONCERNED TO CHECK ON THE VALIDITY OF ANY EVENTS ADVERTISED ON THIS PAGE OR ON INDIVIDUAL WEB SITES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

     

    The Annual General Meeting followed at 7.30 pm. with a talk for the Holt Local History Society by

    Martin Gee, Head Gardener at Weston Park 

    The meetings of the Society are held on the fourth Thursday in each month at 7:30 pm. Lectures are free for  members with a £3.00 charge for non-members

    Visit web site at https://holtlhs.weebly.com/

     

     

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2G63QMmegw  Spitfire training over Talacre

    RCAHMW - Heritage of Wales News - Animations, Reconstructions and Tours by the Royal Commission #DiscoverFromHome

    Animations, Reconstructions and Tours by the Royal Commission #DiscoverFromHome

    Posted: 22 Apr 2020 01:36 AM PDT

    For over 10 years the Royal Commission has been working closely with partners and animation companies to bring the past to life. In the coming weeks we are going to take a close look through our back catalogue and will be showcasing some of our favourite digital animations, reconstructions, fly-throughs and interactive tours that the Royal Commission investigators have worked on over the years.

    So, if you have ever wondered how house styles have changed over the centuries, pondered how Pontcysyllte Aqueduct was built, always wanted to know exactly how a slate quarry or metal mine worked, all will be revealed.

    Each week the @RC_Survey twitter account will be bringing a new digital resource for you to #DiscoverFromHome. Throughout that week we will also be posting additional information on that site or theme across all the Commission’s media accounts.

    § Facebook: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales

    § Twitter: @RCAHMWales, @RC_Survey, @RC_Archive and RC_Enwau Lleoedd

    For those of you that cannot wait until next week, here is one we have posted recently, a fly-through of the point cloud resulting from laser scanning of St Winefride’s Well, Holywell. The film was produced by Luminous and the Royal Commission in partnership with Bangor University and the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies as part of the AHRC funded project “European Travellers to Wales”.

    Lots more information on the site can be found on Coflein and the European Travellers to Wales website.

    Royal Commission’s YouTube Channel

    Visit the Royal Commission’s YouTube channel to see the full range of our digital animations and reconstructions.

     

     

  • Mon
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    North East Wales

    Planning a visit to beautiful North East Wales when lock down is over ?

    The links below give you a brief taste of the fantastic scenery and one or two of the many fabulous heritage sites to visit.

    Five reasons to visit North East Wales  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmZi4k4rIo4  Please excuse the pronunciations of one or two of the Welsh place names by the presenter.

    Welcome to North East Wales             https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiE-t7zrS1s

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    RCAHMW - Heritage of Wales News

    With our daily lives disrupted this is a difficult time for many of us.  However, it also provides a unique opportunity for some people to carry out historical research, whether it is the history of their house, family or local area.  Unfortunately, like most archives, the National Monuments Record (the archive of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales) is currently closed to visitors.  However, that needn’t be a barrier to research; there are still plenty of resources available. 

    Using the National Monuments Record of Wales: local history from your armchair

    Local history

    Do you live in a historic house?  Maybe you’ve always wanted to find out more about the cairn on a nearby hill?  Or perhaps you’ve always been curious about the chapel in your village?

    For those able to use this time to take a renewed interest in their local area, the Royal Commission is ideally placed to help with  research.  One of the things that makes our archive exceptional is that every record we hold is geo-referenced.  This means that every photograph, letter, report etc. in the archive is linked to a physical place in Wales, be that a castle, coal-mine, pub or any other site type.  This makes it ideal for researching places in your local area.

    Discovering this information is simple on Coflein, our online archive catalogue, which lists our archive holdings and showcases our digital material.  It is also our database of historic sites with descriptions and details of over 120,000 sites in Wales.  One of the best ways to find and explore the photographs and information we have on these sites is by going to the ‘Sites’ section of Coflein and searching by site type or location.
    Similarly, Historic Wales is another map-based website; however this combines the data from the NMRW with the Historic Environment Records and Cadw’s databases of listed buildings and scheduled ancient monuments.
    Get involved:  If you know of any old names of buildings, fields etc. that we don’t have recorded, get in touch – a lot of these names only exist colloquially in people’s memories and local history so it’s important we have a record of them.
    If you have any queries about our resources or need advice on where to take your research next contact us.  Our enquiry team is made up of highly experienced information professionals, archivists and historians.  Like all staff at the Royal Commission the enquiries team are currently working from home, however they are still responding to new enquiries submitted via email, phone or our website.  We might not have access to the physical archive at the moment, but we are happy to draw on a wealth of digitised material, online resources, and the diverse experience and expertise of Royal Commission staff to answer your queries and help guide you in your research.

    Everyone is welcome to send us enquiries and there is no fee; we only charge for copying archive material, licences and datasets, which we are happy to discuss before you place an order.

    Further Information on online resources: Discovering the Welsh Past Online: https://rcahmw.gov.uk/discovering-the-welsh-past-online/

    Rhodri Lewis, Enquiries & Library Assistant
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    Your own garden

    Discover your Garden Nature in Wales Nature Week!

    Use your free lock down time to discover your garden nature, for more details see web link below

    https://www.biodiversitywales.org.uk/Wales-Nature-Week

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    Explore North East Wales is a series of digital trails developed by local communities across Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham to encourage you to explore this fascinating area.

    Each trail highlights what is special in the area and is packed with photos and stories as well as fun features such as slider puzzles, word searches and selfie frames.

    To download the app search for North East Wales in the App Store or Google Play.

    Scan the below code to download the free North East Wales Digital Trails app and then search  the list of locations for the town of interest.

     

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    The Council for British Archaeology has been dedicated to publishing the best in British archaeology for more than 60 years and we continue to make archaeological research widely available. Many of our publications have been available to download through the Archaeological Data Service (ADS) but we have decided that we will temporarily make all of our publications available to download for free.

    Please visit https://new.archaeologyuk.org/books-and-publications

     

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    Online

    What is Dig School?


    • By Professor Carenza Lewis (University of Lincoln and TV’s ‘Time Team’) with the Council for British Archaeology
    • Engaging enquiry-based learning-enrichment workshops themed around archaeology
    • Free for secondary school learners looking for something different during COVID-19

    Dig School is a new online programme of lively extra-curricular in-school and home-school based workshops themed around archaeology.

    Week by week, participants can enjoy developing new knowledge, ideas and transferable skills for life and learning, including excavation.

    Dig School is offered in summer term 2020 to support educators delivering engaged learning during the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more in the FAQ’s.

    Visit http://digschool.org.uk/

     

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    The North East Wales Heritage Forum is a member of the British Association for Local History.

    In these unprecedented times when routine history society events and public meetings cannot be held, readers might like to visit the BALH site where several ten minute talks can be accessed online under the news section.

    Visit https://www.balh.org.uk/news

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    1pm-4pmCeiriog Memorial Institute Ysgubor Lleucu, Nantyr, Glyn Ceiriog, Llangollen, LL20 7DB

    The Ceiriog Memorial Institute in Glyn Ceiriog is pleased to re-open it's doors for community use (all relevant Covid 19 rules apply), including two 'Open Days' on Saturdays 15th and 29th August, between 1 - 4 pm. Free entry, with guided tours of the Main Building and Museum, donations welcome. Situated on the High Street in the centre of the village, all are welcome to come along and view the fascinating collections of both local and national importance.

    For further information email bhughes789@btinternet.com