LLANGORS HISTORY GROUP
Thursday 11th July 7.15pm at Llangasty Village Hall Talk by Helen Ellis
On the remarkable experiences of two local soldiers, and their families during WWII everyone most welcome.
Thursday 17th January "Seeing Landscape" by William Gibbs
Monday 25th February Annual Social and Buffet (£6.00) at The Black Cock Inn from 7.00pm open to members and friends.
Thursday 18th April 7.30pm. "Someone's watching you" by Medwyn Parry of The Royal Commission on the Ancient Monuments of Wales, at Llangasty Village Hall.
Wednesday 3rd July at 7.00pm. Official opening of our Micro Information Centre in the Talyllyn Phone Box.
Thursday 11th July 7.00pm. Llangasty Village Hall. A family archive showing the remarkable experiences of two local soldiers during WWII, by Helen Ellis. To be followed by the popular Ploughman's Supper (£6.00)
Thursday 10th October 7.30pm AGM and talk (tba)
All talks are free to members, visitors are welcome, £3.00 at the door
LIVING WELLS PROJECT
Talk by Phil Cope
Thursday April 19th at Llangors Community Hall at 7.30pm
Our first meeting of 2018 will be at Llanfihangel Talyllyn Community Hall on Thursday 18th January 7.30 for 7.45 and will be a talk given by Ann Reese titled "Words from the Frontline" and is a follow up to her talk about the Never forget Your Welsh Heroes project.
On the weekend of 16th - 17th September 2017, as a part of THE BRECKNOCK HISTORY FESTIVAL the Blackham family of Cathedine have very kindly agreed to open their home TREHOLFORD as our contribution to the Festival Week. We give our grateful THANKS to Anstie and Christine Blackham for their enormous help and support.
History Group Social Evening held in the Black Cock Inn Llanfgihangel Talyllyn at 7.00pm on Wednesday, 12th April, open to all members and friends for a night of congenial chat and reminiscenceing.
On Tuesday, 25th April 2017 over 20 members met at Llangasty village hall and drove over to Cathedine to enjoy a most interesting visit to Blaenllynfi Castle, led by Will Davies from CADW. This impresive monument is probably the best kept secret in the area.