Our ‘Glamorgan’s Blood’ exhibition launched in October 2019 and was on display at Glamorgan Archives until the end of last year. The exhibition was due to travel to venues across south Wales during 2020. We were only a few months into the tour when, as a result of the Covid19 pandemic, we had to draw it to a close. The exhibition banners are now packed away until we can resume the tour. In the meantime, we’ve added the exhibition content to our website so that it can be viewed and enjoyed from home.
30/04/2020 - 28/06/2021
26/04/2021 - 30/08/2021
Click here for our new exhibition of community photographs from Cardiff's Docklands.
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
A series of mini-talks by the Living Levels History Research Volunteers Have you ever wondered what it was like to visit the Gwent Levels area in the time of Henry VIII? Or indeed at the beginning of the nineteenth century? Luckily, our history research volunteers can tell you because travellers recorded what they saw during those times. Join us for a series of mini-talks where the volunteers will present their findings, and find out how you can explore the Levels landscape on foot today! John Leland: A Tudor View of Monmouthshire – John Chandler Tours...
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Glamorgan Archives events programme. Join the team from the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket and find out more about what they do, and how they’ve adapted their work during the Covid 19 pandemic, including producing a series of fascinating podcasts exploring aspects of Welsh cricket past and present. The CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket opened in 2012. Based at the National Cricket Centre at Sophia Gardens, its aim is to celebrate the proud history and rich heritage of cricket in Wales. Please note that this event will be held online via Microsoft Teams. You will need to...