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7 March 2005
The people of Wales can become part of National Museums in Wales' Vision, as the organisation embarks on a period of public consultation on their work and plans for the future.
1 March 2005
With the dark clouds of war looming over Britain in 1938, the Government decided to take steps to ensure the safety of children and the vulnerable in industrial or urban areas that might be the targets of enemy attacks or bombings. Over the war years, a million and a half children were moved to safer, rural areas, many thousands of them to Wales, including Nina Bawden, author of the children's classic Carrie's War. To reunite the evacuees that stayed in Wales during the Second World War with their friends and host families, the Museum of Welsh Life welcomes the war children to meet again on St David's Day for a day of memories, stories, music and reunion.
26 February 2005
If you fancy some Vale of Glamorgan lamb, accompanied by fresh, organic vegetables or some organic wine from the vineyars of Cowbridge, the Museum of Welsh Life can offer you a taste of the good life with its new monthly farmers' markets. A large range of free-range and organic produce from local farms and small rural businesses will be available at the Museum of Welsh Life, starting this Saturday, 26 February.
21 February 2005
The Welsh Slate Museum Llanberis has organised special events on Sunday
27 February to celebrate Wales' patron saint this year. The fun starts at 1.00pm
and runs until 4.00pm.
25 January 2005
National Museum & Gallery, Cardiff
19 January 2005
The Council of the National Museums & Galleries of Wales has announced the names of five distinguished academics as Honorary Research Fellows. Coming from a wide variety of backgrounds, the Honorary Research Fellows are being recognised by NMGW for their achievements in their individual fields of expertise.