Wednesday January 31st
will give talks before and after lunch
11.00 am : Understanding the Valleys 1800-1900
2.00 pm : The Shock of the New: Modern Wales
You are free to go to either or both talks
If required lunch can be pre-purchased at Llancaiach Fawr.
7.00 pm Wednesday February 28th
Empire Jack, soldier, arsonist, engineer
Peter Walker was formerly Curator at the Big Pit, Blaenavon.
Empire Jack was a flamboyant character from World War 1.
|ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2018
Saturday March 24th Application form
|Dr Elin Jones||Women's Suffrage and the 1918 act|
|Prof Angela V. John||A Giant Stride: Dr. Frances Hoggan, Victorian Champion of Women's equality|
|Alun Morgan||Welsh Rugby and the 1905 Religious Revival|
|Dr Stuart Broomfield||Revisiting the story of Llewelyn Bren in the year that marks the 700th anniversary of his brutal death|
7.00 pm Wednesday March 28th
The View from the Rocking Stone
Brian, who was formerly Curator of Pontypridd Museum, always gives us an interesting and entertaining talk.
7.00 pm Wednesday April 25th
Parish Churches of the Lordship of Gower
Jeff Childs is joint editor of Morgannwg, Journal of Glamorgan History Society.
7.00 pm Wednesday May 30th
Understanding and Locating the History beneath our Feet
Lyn is a member of Pontllanfraith Local History Society and a former mining surveyor who collects mine maps.
7.00 pm Wednesday June 27th
Annual General Meeting
who will talk on Blackwood in the 1830s.