Christmas Customs of Pembrokeshire: A Talk by Terry John

On Thursday 16th December at 7.30pm, Terry John will be giving a talk on Christmas customs and long- forgotten traditions of Pembrokeshire.

Join us in-person or online. Either way a warm winter welcome and plenty of Christmas spirit is guaranteed!


Pembrokeshire Ghost Stories: A Talk by Terry John

On Thursday 4th November at 7.30pm, Terry John will be telling local ghost stories as part of our spooky season of events.

Join us by candlight in our coffee shop (spirits, both alcoholic and ghostly, available), or online via Zoom.

***Please Note: This event has now SOLD OUT in person**


An Evening with the Witches of Wales #WOWW

Dust off the cobwebs and join us for a cackle in the coven as we celebrate Welsh witches with an evening of talks, filmpoetry, and open mic.

At 7.30pm on wednesday 3rd Novemmber, Artist Efa Lois will be discussing her research into Welsh witches and how they have inspired her work and there will be a showing of filmpoems based on the lives of women accused of witchcraft in collaboration with  the Poetry Pause Podcast. There will also be a chance to share your own poems, songs or spooky stories.

This will be a lighthearted social evening and everyone is welcome. However, for covid safety, spaces are limited and booking is essential:

(However, a link to the talks and film poems will be available on YouTube afterwards)

What a Character! ***CANCELLED***


7.30pm Friday 10th December

Don Quixote, Miss Havisham, Sherlock Holmes and Frankenstein’s Monster are just a few of the great characters from literary works. But how easy (or difficult) is it to create such memorable characters?  Join authors Judith Barrow and Thorne Moore for a fun-filled evening as they seek to prove that a great character can be created by a committee.

The bar will be open!


Suffragettes in West Wales: A Talk with Pauline Griffiths #WOWW

On Thursday 9th September at 7.30pm, our curator, Pauline Griffiths will be giving a talk on the Suffragettes in West Wales.

Combining photographs, anecdotes and historical research, Pauline will explore the lives of Welsh suffragettes as well as the reaction in West Wales to suffrage rallies in the area.

This event will be both in-person and live streamed (a link will be emailed to you). Select below:


Shards Jewellery Making Workshop #WOWW

On Wednesday 8th September, 10.00-4.00, jeweller Sara Lloyd-Morris and artist Linda Norris will be leading a jewllery making workshop based around found shards.

This will be an fun, interactive day with the chance to express your creativity, learn new skills and upcycle pieces of broken pottery or sea glass into unique pieces of contemporary jewellery.

Bring along any found or broken pieces and a packed lunch. Spaces are strictly limited and price includes coffee and biscuits.


***This workshop has now sold out***

Women’s Heritage Guided Walk #WOWW

On Thursday 24th June at 10am  we will be running a guided version of Narberth Women’s Heritage Walk.

The walk (approx 6km) follows in the footsteps of 10 remarkable local women from history and shares their stories at key locations in and around the town.

We will meet at the Townsmoor Car Park at 10.00 and spaces are strictly limited. Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear and be aware that there are areas of uneven ground and/or unpaved stretches of road along the way.*

Maps and guides will be supplied, but if you would like to walk the trail yourself, it is available to download here.

**Please note: This event is now SOLD OUT**

*We will be repeating a shorter, more accessible route at a future date.

Bards ‘n’ Shards Workshop, Exhibition and Celebration! #WOWW

In this celebration of Welsh women’s history and creativity there will be the opportunity to write poetry, share it in an exhibition of vintage china (upcycled by artist Linda Norris) and join together for an afternoon tea:

*On Saturday 31st July (10.30 – 3pm) there will be a poetry writing workshop based on ‘shards’. Bring along some found china, sea glass or a shard of pottery from a broken heirloom and be guided through a series of exercises to inspire your writing.

*At the end of the session, you will choose a line from your writing to appear on some vintage china as we celebrate the mudlarkers, resourceful mothers and housewives whose histories are fragmented or forgotten in time. This work will be created by artist Linda Norris in her studio.

*On Saturday 28th August at 3pm, there will be an afternoon tea for participants to launch an exhibition of the finished work.

*At the end of September, we’ll be in touch and participants will be welcome to collect and treasure their unique artworks as heirlooms of the future!

£50 per person (generously subsidised by the National Lottery Heritage Fund) and spaces are strictly limited. Bring a packed lunch.