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Museum Events 2019 - 2020

A SERIES OF TALKS AND EVENTS AT WIRELESS IN WALES RADIO MUSEUM DENBIGH 2019 – 2020

 

SEPTEMBER 2019

Friday 20th September  7pm - 9pm   "What glaciers have done for us". Speaker: Dr Frank Nicholson 

 

 

OCTOBER 2019

Friday 18th October      7pm - 9pm  "Thomas Telford and his Chirk to Holyhead Road": Speaker: David Richards

 

NOVEMBER 2019

Friday 15th November   7pm - 9pm “A Thread Across the Ocean, the first Transatlantic cable”. Speaker: David Roberts

    

  

DECEMBER 2019

Friday 13th December  7pm - 9pm  To be arranged.

 

 

JANUARY 2020  

Friday 17th January  7pm - 9pm  "Curators Evening" : "The Transistor":  Speaker:  David Crawford

 

 

FEBRUARY 2020

Friday February 21st  7pm - 9pm : "Construction of the Conwy Tunnel":  Speaker John Barr

 

 

MARCH 2020

Friday March 20th  7pm - 9pm "David Edward Hughes Annual Lecture": "The Cartographer Humphrey Llwyd of Foxhall".

Speaker : Dr Hywel Watkin

 

 

APRIL 2020

Friday 3rd April  7pm - 9pm:  "Sacred Welsh wells - a living link to the Pagan past": Speaker: Mike Farnworth

 

 

MAY 2020

Friday 15th May  7pm - 9pm : "Researching your family history": Speaker: Alison Bromley

 

 

JUNE 2020

Friday 19th June 7pm - 9pm: "Our Wild Coast":  Speaker : Eurig Jones

 

 

PLEASE KEEP REFERRING TO THE WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Events

The museum organises regular monthly talks in English or Bilingual.  We also organise several talks in Welsh annually. The talks are usually on a Friday and start at 7pm. Upcoming Events are listed below with the talks emphasized.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HLF Project

The 2 year project to develop our learning provision came to an end in April 2013.  It was funded by the Heritage Lotetry Fund and enabled us to have 3 part time members of staff to develop learning resources, improve learning displays, organise events, visits to the museum etc.  Further details available by clicking on Projects in the main menu above or by clicking here.Lottery Logo