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Meetings take place on the last Wednesday of each month at 7.15pm in Tysul Hall Llandysul (except July, August and December).

Subscription: £13pa (£11 concessions). Non-members welcome £3 per meeting.

 

2020 Programme

29 January: AGM followed by a Presentation of New Society Acquisitions

26 February: "The Hillfort Heritage of Ceredigion & Cardigan Bay" Toby Driver, Royal Commission

This talk will discuss the great Iron Age hillforts of Ceredigion, from their origins and the people who built them to prehistoric coastal trade along Cardigan Bay and some of the outstanding treasures which have been found locally, including the Pencoed y Foel neck-collar with its intricate Celtic designs.

Dr Toby Driver is an aerial archaeologist with the Royal Commission, Wales, based in Aberystwyth and has researched the Iron Age archaeology of Ceredigion and Wales. His sixth book, ‘The Hillforts of Cardigan Bay’ was published in 2016.

Book cover for The Hillforts of Cardigan BayPen Dinas south gate - graphic

 

25 March:   Helen Palmer, County Archivist: Topic to be confirmed

29 April:  "Inside the Criminal Archive" Richard Ireland

27 May:  “Dunkirk” Lester Mason

24 June: “Hallelujah Lasses: Women Officers in the Salvation Army in Wales” Nigel Callaghan

30 September: “Flowers on Graves: Two Welsh Customers” Michael Freeman

28 October: “Tom Mathias: the Cilgerran Photographer” Emyr Phillips

25 November: Film Show with Ivor Thomas

9 December: Christmas Dinner

 

 
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