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Miner Writer launches War memoirs at Big Pit

22 November 2006

One of south Wales's favourite miner-writers and artists will be launching a special edition of his new book at Big Pit this Thursday.

Photo opportunity at National Museum Cardiff

16 November 2006

A hoard of prehistoric bronze tools and weapons from Llanbadoc in Monmouthshire is being acquired by Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales.

Islamic Extravaganza

14 November 2006

AN Islamic Extravaganza takes place in Swansea this weekend as part of the Festival of Muslim Cultures – and it's FREE for everyone.

Our latest book wins prestigious UK award — again!

13 November 2006

Amgueddfa Cymru — National Museum Wales are delighted to announce their success in, once again, winning the prestigious British Archaeological Awards prize for ‘Archaeological Book of the Year'.

A service to remember at St Fagans: National History Museum

11 November 2006

Ten years ago the Newbridge War Memorial was moved from Caetwmpyn Park, Newbridge to St Fagans: National History Museum. This weekend, 70 years since the original unveiling of the memorial, remembering 79 local soldiers, the Museum plays host to a special Rememberance Day Service.

Lear painting sold to National Museum Cardiff

2 November 2006

Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum of Wales has acquired one of the greatest works by the Victorian artist and writer, Edward Lear, Kanchenjunga from Darjeeling, with generous assistance from The Art Fund and many private donors.