Those of us old enough to recall town centre cinemas, usherettes and thumping organ music will remember with fondness the 'pictures' or the 'flicks' that dominated Wales in grandiose Deco cinemas, village halls and Workmen's Institute for the bulk of the twentieth century. Tomorrow, the Oakdale Workmen's Institute at the Museum of Welsh Life will open its Picture House to visitors for the first time since its re-erection in 1995 and for the first time since the 1960s when the last celluloid frames flickered across the screen and the picture house closed its doors for the very last time.
"How Wales Wrested The FA Cup from the English"
Newspaper cutting 1927
The FA Cup, an iconic modern day sporting treasure will be on display for a limited period in the Buried Treasure Finding our Past exhibition at the National Museum & Gallery, Cardiff from 3rd - 8th August.