Amgueddfa Gwefr Heb Wifrau

Wireless in Wales Museum

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Oral History

COMMUNITY ORAL HISTORY PROJECT  2010


This project aims to record and archive local people’s memories and experiences of radio and broadcasting in Wales dating from 1930s with emphasis on WW2.The project endeavours to promote learning for volunteers and the general public, the conservation of memories, ephemera and radio equipment and the participation of the local community. Once completed it will be important to local, regional and national heritage.

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Learning Development

LEARNING PROVISION FOR WIRELESS IN WALES


March 2011 - 2013


An HLF funded project
 


Funding for the Learning Provision for the Wireless in Wales project was approved by HLF during winter 2010/11. Over the last two years much activity has taken place to enrich the organisation and highlight its lifelong learning potential within the community and beyond.
The project focuses on the heritage of radio and radio broadcasting in Wales and it strives to give access to a wider audience delivering Key Stage 2 workshops in History and Technology as well as life-long learning events to the local community involving youth groups, older people’s groups and families.

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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.

 

 

Friday 24th November 7 - 10pm   

"Yr Ymgyrch am S4C"

Speaker: Angharad Tomos.

(This talk will be through the medium of Welsh)

 

Saturday 2nd December 10:00 - 12:00 Coffee Morning in conjuction with MaryDei and MIND in Eirianfa, Denbigh. LL16 3TS

 

 

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