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Legends in your Life: Creative Scrapbooking

On Saturday 17th June, 10.00- 4.00, there will be a creative scrapbook/sketchbook/journal making workshop with Sian Lester.

Please bring along family photographs, letters or other momentos that you would like to keep and display. Also, you will need an empty book of any kind, from a shiny new sketchbook to an old hardback for upcycling.

Booking is essential as spaces are strictly limited (£20/£15, 01834 860 500 or emma@narberthmuseum.co.uk). Prices include materials and drinks, but please bring your own lunch.

Walk of Legends: Intergenerational Storytelling

On June 7th, there will be an intergenerational storytelling walk based on the 1st and 3rd branches of the Mabinogion.

Sonia Caller will be weaving tales at key locations around Narberth to recapture the oral storytelling tradition and evoke the sense of place rooted within the ancient tales.

We wil meet at the museum at 9.45 (the walk will be from 10.00-11.45) and appropriate clothing and footwear are essential whatever the weather!

Stories of my Life: Shared Reading day

On Wednesday 31st May (Half Term), grandparents and grandchildren are invited to bring along your favourite books from childhood, find a comfy corner in the museum & spend a quiet hour reading to one another.

This is a FREE event. Drop in anytime between 10.30 & 4.00. Refreshments are available in our coffee shop.

Before Bluestone: A Talk by Terry John

On Thursday 18th May at 7.30, local historian, Terry John will be giving a talk, “Before Bluestone” that looks at the fascinating history of the small parish of Newton North that is now home to the popular holiday park.
Hidden in the trees on the site is the mysterious Castell Coch. Terry, as Bluestone’s resident storyteller and historian guides visitors to see this and the now derelict parish church. He will outline his theories about the historical importance of these structures and look at how the parish has changed through time. Tickets cost £5.00

 

Spotlight on the History of Local Cricket

Narberth Museum is proud to display the prestigious Harrison-Allen Bowl as part of its spotlight on the history of local cricket.
 
The bowl was donated by Mrs Auriol Harrison-Allen in 1949 as the prize awarded to the winner of the annual Pembrokeshire inter-club competition. Narberth Cricket Club was the winner of the inaugural match. 
 
The Museum is grateful to Pembrokeshire County Cricket Club for generously agreeing to lend the trophy for the duration of the event.
 
Other cricketing memorabilia will also be on display at the Museum including photographs,records of scores and players dating back to 1909 and press cuttings. 
 
 The display runs until June 5th and is included in normal museum admission charges.

 

Community Creation Day

On Wednesday 3rd May from 10.30-4.00, bring along your unfinished craft projects along & we’ll provide the space, coffee and conversation to help complete your masterpieces!

Booking essential. £6 per person including tea/coffee. Call 01834 860 500/email emma@narberthmuseum.co.uk

Myths in Stitch with Carolyn Young

A Creative paired Stitching workshop where grandparents and grandchildren can help one another to create weird and wonderful creatures in stitch.

The theme is beasts and motifs from the Mabinogion and all materials are provided.

Saturday 29th April, 10.00-1.00. Booking essential. £10 per pair including drinks. Get in touch on 01834 860 500 or emma@narberthmuseum.co.uk

 

Community Creation Day

On Wednesday 3rd May from 10.30-4.00, bring along your unfinished craft projects along & we’ll provide the space, coffee and conversation to help complete your masterpieces!

Booking essential. £6 per person including tea/coffee. Call 01834 860 500/email emma@narberthmuseum.co.uk

Pembrokeshire Folk Customs: A Talk by Terry John

On Thursday 20th April at 7.30 pm, Terry John will be looking at how local folk customs mark the turning of the year.

£5 per person. Refreshments available

Before Bluestone: A Talk by Terry John

On Thursday 18th May at 7.30, local historian, Terry John will be giving a talk, “Before Bluestone” that looks at the fascinating history of the small parish of Newton North that is now home to the popular holiday park.
Hidden in the trees on the site is the mysterious Castell Coch. Terry, as Bluestone’s resident storyteller and historian guides visitors to see this and the now derelict parish church. He will outline his theories about the historical importance of these structures and look at how the parish has changed through time. Tickets cost £5.00

Contact

01834 860 500

info@narberthmuseum.co.uk

Narberth Museum,The Bonded Stores,Church Street,Narberth,Pembrokeshire,SA67 7BH

Opening hours

10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday and 11am to 4pm Sunday