Community

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

A Richer Dust: Talk by Terry John

On 23rd March at 7.30, there will be a talk by Terry John on the poetry and prose of the First World War.

This is part of our collaboration with Wales for Peace and the Welsh Book of Remembrance. £5 per person.

 

Spring Paperback Breakfast

On Saturday 1st April at 10.00, we welcome the spring with coffee, croissants and conversation.

Bring a book to exchange and join us for our Paperback Breakfast. £5 per person. This is a museum fundraiser.

Remember Me: An Installation by Prof. Helen Newall

Remember Me is an audio-visual installation by Professor Helen Newall.

It is a unique experience for one person at a time; bringing the photoraphs of WWI to life through animation and objects from the time. It will be visiting Narberth Museum on 17th & 18th March between 10.00 and 5.00.

Half-hour slots to view the piece can be reserved by calling 01834 860 500 or emailing info@narberthmuseum.co.uk and the experience is included in the normal museum entry charge.

 

The Landshipping Mining Disaster: A Talk by Robert Llewelyn Davies

This talk will consider the development of coal mining in Pembrokeshire, in particular Landshipping.

A brief look at the social history of Martletwy parish in the 18th and 19th century will help us to understand the coal mining families and community.

The public health issues surrounding mining in Wales and the UK in the 19th century will show how the Royal Commission report of 1842 came about and resulted in legislation to protect miners.

We will examine at the Garden Pit Disaster and other Landshipping and local Mining related fatalities.

Finally we will have a visual journey on the Secret Waterway, to help appreciate the beauty of the river in a once busy mining area.

Wednesday, April 5 at 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm. £5 per person. Booking recommended.

 

Spring Paperback Breakfast

On Saturday 1st April at 10.00, we welcome the spring with coffee, croissants and conversation.
Bring a book to exchange and join us for our Paperback Breakfast. £5 per person. This is a museum fundraiser.

A Flavour of Wales: Cawl, Words and Music

On Saturday, March 25 at 12 pm – 2 pm, there will be a traditional lunch, celebrating in words and music what it is to be Welsh.

Join us for poetry, cawl and conversation. £8 per person. Booking essential. This is a museum fundraiser.

 

A Richer Dust: A Talk by Terry John

On 23rd March at 7.30, there will be a talk by Terry John on the poetry and prose of the First World War.

This is part of our collaboration with Wales for Peace and the Welsh Book of Remembrance. £5 per person.

Remember Me: An Installation by Prof. Helen Newall

Remember Me is an audio-visual installation by Professor Helen Newall.

It is a unique experience for one person at a time; bringing the photoraphs of WWI to life through animation and objects from the time. It will be visiting Narberth Museum on 17th & 18th March between 10.00 and 5.00.

Half-hour slots to view the piece can be reserved by calling 01834 860 500 or emailing info@narberthmuseum.co.uk and the experience is included in the normal museum entry charge.

Fused Glass Workshop with Linda Norris

On Saturday 25th March, 10.00-4.00, there will be a fused and painted glass workshop with artist Linda Norris.

Drawing inspiration from the imagery and colours found in local churches and houses, participants will design and create small fused glass panels or window hangings to be collected from the museum after firing.

the workshop costs £30 per person and includes all materials + teas and coffees. (Please bring lunch). Spaces are strictly limited so booking is essential by calling 01834 860 500 or emailing emma@narberthmuseum.co.uk

 

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