Wednesday 10 Januaryr 2024 at 7 pm
Danny McCaroll (FLSW) has formally retired from the Department of Geography, Swansea University, but remains a part of the research team. He was coordinator of the EU-
The main interests of the Swansea tree-
Wednesday 14 February 2024 7 pm
Scott Lloyd is Research Manager at the Royal Commission for the Ancient and Historic Monuments of Wales and one of the key players in the prize-
More than just a map: The Ordnance Survey County survey large-
The Ordnance Survey County survey was an enormous undertaking and the maps it produced are a valuable record of the nineteenth century landscape. But how did they gather the information that is shown on the maps, especially for boundaries and antiquities?
Wednesday 13 March 2024 7 pm
Judith Alfrey is Head of Heritage Regeneration and Conservation at Cadw and a trustee of the Vernacular Architecture Group.
From listing to local heritage: finding value in historic buildings. Listing often seems a top-
Wednesday 10 April 2024 at 7pm
Martin Cherry DOWH trustee
After Glyndŵr: Building in an age of anarchy
Over the last decade or so, a substantial number of buildings in Wales have been securely tree-
Wednesday 1 May 2024 at 7 pm
Dr Jenny Day Research Fellow, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies in Aberystwyth
“The fair court of St Bernard”: the poets’ view of the Cistercian abbeys of Wales.
The medieval poets can tell us a lot about buildings and the life that went on in them. Dr Jenny Day is an expert in this field and working on a book on poetry relating to Valle Crucis Abbey. Her talk will look at the architecture at Valle Crucis and other houses, and about the broader material culture relating to burials, worship and feasting.
Wednesday 19 June 2024 at 7.15 pm
This lecture will follow Discovering Old Welsh Houses AGM scheduled for 6.15 pm.
My dad the Communist landowner and other Anglesey tales (provisional title)