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Spin a yarn and weave a story at the National Wool Museum

30 January 2007

Based at the former site of Cambrian Mills in the heart of the Teifi Valley, which was once the centre of a thriving woollen industry, the National Wool Museum has a fascinating story to tell. But this week, as the museum celebrates National Storytelling Week (27 January - 3 February), we‘re giving visitors the opportunity to tell a story about a day at the Museum. 

 

 

New appointment signifies new chapter at National Wool Museum

18 January 2007

Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales has appointed experienced museum curator Ann Whittall to manage one of its seven sites, the National Wool Museum in Dre-fach Felindre.

Shipshape at the Waterfront

16 January 2007

EVERYTHING is shipshape at Swansea's National Waterfront Museum as toddler play sessions get a New Year's boost. 

The History of the Welsh Language in Swansea

16 January 2007

If you want to find out more about the history of the Welsh language in Swansea - then a visit to the National Waterfront Museum is a must.

 

Let Paul Robeson Sing at The Waterfront

16 January 2007

The story of the life of the actor, singer and civil rights activist, Paul Robeson is being told at the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea.

Was Nationalisation 'the pits'? Big Pit marks 60 years since the nationalisation of the coal industry

3 January 2007

Big Pit: National Coal Museum, one of the UK's leading mining attractions, will today (2 January 2007) commemorate 60 years since coal mines across the country were taken into public ownership.