Party! Celelebrate 30 Years of Narberth Museum
Thirty Years and Counting…
We dare you to dust off those shoulder pads, book that perm (or just come as you are) and join us on 23rd July for an eighties-themed afternoon tea in celebration of 30 years of Narberth Museum.
Narberth is a town bursting with history which is why, back in the 1980s, members of the town’s Civic Society felt that it should have its own museum.
The Wilson Museum of Narberth, as it was then known, opened its doors in July 1989. At first it was located in what had once been the Courthouse Inn, then as it grew, it moved to Market Square.
When it was forced to close in 2003 a team of dedicated volunteers determined that it should re-open and so nine years later, thanks to generous funding from the HLF and Welsh Government, Narberth Museum opened in its new home in the Bonded Stores.
We think that for a small independent to have survived for thirty years with no external funding is a huge achievements and something worth celebrating!
The party starts at 3pm and tickets cost £7.50. Click the link below to pay online.