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For further information on a talk, trip or tour (bold text), point at it with the mouse and click. 2024 diary
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13 Saturday Talk by Sir Martin John Evans FRS FMedSci FLSW, Nobel Prize Winner (Judith Foy - replaces previous)

20 Tuesday  Visit / Talk: St Fagans Archives - Deputy Archivist Lowri Jenkins  - (Christabel Hutchings)
29 Thursday
 St David’s Day Celebration - (Gwen Williams, Margaret Lewis, Christabel Hutchings)
9 Saturday
Talk: ‘Benjamin Britten’ - Geraint Lewis - (Richard Carter & Trix Price)
31 Sunday
   6 Saturday
Talk: 'Carwyn James - Rugby and Beyond' - Alun Gibbard (John Wilkins)
   24 Wednesday
 Visit: Oxford - (LenMetcalfe and Heather Graves)
26 Friday 1pm - Launch recital to re-open the Watkin Williams-Wynn organ at National Museum Cardiff
11 Saturday  Talk: 'Nye at 75: working in and writing about the NHS' - Dr Matt Morgan - (Judith Foy)
21 Tuesday Theatre visit to Wales Millennium Centre to see 'Nye' - (Gwen Williams)
30 Thursday
 Visit: The Hay Festival - (Len Metcalfe and Heather Graves)
1 Saturday
Talk: 'Bishop William Morgan and the Welsh Bible: the saving of the nation' - Richard Carter
5 Wednesday
Visit:  The City of Bath (LenMetcalfe and Heather Graves)
    10 - 14
Tour: A Cultural Journey through Southern England - (Gwen Williams and Marjorie Sheen)
Click for:   Information leaflet -- Booking form page1 - Booking form page 2 - please complete both
6 Saturday Talk: 'Petty Officer Edgar Evans and Scott's British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913'
Dr Isobel Williams - (Judith Foy)
    31 Wednesday
Visit: National Waterfront Museum - (Gwen Williams)
4 Wednesday
Talk and Exhibition at St Fagans by the Right Reverend Rowan Williams:
Wales in the World: the significance of the Women's Peace Petition
-  (Gwen Williams)
15 - 20
Tour: Berlin, with Tom Abbott - Click for brochure and booking form - (Judith Foy)
13 - 17
Tour: Birmingham - (Len Metcalfe) - note amended date - click here for booking form
19 Saturday
Talk: 'The Man Who Knew Everything' - Dr Howell Lloyd - (Judith Foy)
2 Saturday
Annual General Meeting - Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre
 2 Monday
Christmas Lunch - The Grand Hall, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff  - date to be confirmed
Wed 12 Feb
Talk by Professor Laura Macallister - title to be confirmed

NOTE: Talks are normally held in the Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre, occasionally are held in the Oriel Suite, starting at 10.30,
Admission, payable at the door is 10 to include tea/coffee & biscuits following the talk - open to the general public.
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