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Meetings take place on the last Wednesday of each month at 7.15pm in Tysul Hall Llandysul (except July, August and December).

Subscription: £13pa (£11 concessions). Non-members welcome £3 per meeting.

2016 Programme

27 January - AGM  and Presentation of the Society's recent acquisitions
6 February - open day in conjunction with National Libraries Day at Llandysul Library

24 February - "Origins of the Cenotaph" with Dr. Lester Mason

30 March"History of Motoring in Ceredigion" with Andrew Williams

27 April “Wife to moor to lift turf: The daily lives of an elderly Ceredigion couple at the end of the 18th century" with Michael Freeman **date change - originally 28/9**
 
30 April -  Ceredigion Local History Forum "Transport in Ceredigion" at Llwyncelyn Hall, SA46 0HF. 10.30am-4pm.
The day will include expert speakers talking about the many different forms of transport used in the county, including Car & motorcycle registrations, Shipping & Crew Agreements, Railways and The history of roads in Ceredigion.
Admission £6.50, to include tea, coffee and light lunch. Warm welcome to all. Please contact the Secretary ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 01970 832573) to book a place, to ensure that we have enough food! http://www.ceredigionlhf.org.uk
 
14 May, 10am-4pmFamily and Local History Fair at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth. 
A full day of talks, presentations and stands, with an opportunity to talk to experts. A fascinating day for everyone interested in all aspects of Family and Local History. The event is
held in collaboration with the Cardiganshire Family History Society and the Association of Family History Societies of Wales. Free admission.  
Llandysul and District Local History Society will have a stall there too.
 
25 May, 6pmVisit to Internal Fire Museum of Power 
Our meeting on Wednesday, 25 May will be a visit to the Internal Fire Museum of Power at Castell Pridd, Tanygroes, SA43 2JS. 
The museum is on the A487 Cardigan to Aberystwyth road, 8 miles north of Cardigan just before the village of Tanygroes (signposted from the road). 
We will meet in the Museum car park for a tour starting at 6 pm, when they will start several engines for our tour. 
The cost is £6 per person (£5 concessions) and tea and coffee will be available (at extra cost). 
Members, non-members, friends and relatives are all welcome as we need a minimum of 20. 
Please book with Lesley at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so that we know how many are coming. 
Please join us on this visit - you will be amazed!! 
 
29 June - "Llandysul Railway" with Ken Jones
 
24 August - Visit to Peter Newill's Agricultural Museum
Gerynant, Talgarreg. SA44 4ESWednesday, 24 August.  Meet at museum at 6 pm.
No set admission charge but donations welcomed. There is a pub nearby, where we can have a drink afterwards (optional!)
 
28 September - "Maritime Archaeology – Home & Away" with Prof. Nigel Nayling  **date change - originally 27/4**
 
26 October - "Ceredigion Limekilns" with Richard Lewis
 
30 November – Film Night with Ivor Thomas
Just over 100 years ago in 1916, the film "Battle of the Somme" was shown at the Porth Assembly Hall. We will be showing the film again on Wednesday 30th November, 7pm, at the Porth Hotel, Llandysul.
Battle of the Somme poster

14 December – Christmas Dinner at the Porth Hotel

 

 
 

 

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Cyfarfod Nesaf / Next Meeting

Nos Fercher, 27ain Medi, 7.15yh yn Neuadd Tysul
 
Wednesday, 27th September, 7.15pm in Tysul Hall
 
"Interesting local bits and bobs"
with Andrew Williams and Jane Kerr
 

 
 

Arddangosfa / Exhibition

Arddangosfa yn y Llyfrgell

“ER COF AM EIN HARWYR O’R RHYFEL BYD CYNTAF:

Cyflwynir yr Arddangosfa i bawb a wasanaethodd o Landysul a’r Cylch

Gweler y tudalen ar yr Arddangosfa yma.

 

Exhibition in the Library

“In Remembrance of our WW1 Heroes & Heroines:

An Exhibition dedicated to all those who served from Llandysul and the surrounding areas”

See the Exhibition page for more details.


 

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