You are invited to the launch of the next phase of the community archaeology project at Hafod Morfa Copperworks.
The launch takes place on Monday 17th February at 6.00p.m. at Hafod Community Centre.
We will have a short presentation on the community archaeology completed last year and will be launching the new CuSP project (Swansea Copper Slag Project). If you want to find out more about it, and maybe get involved come along to the meeting or contact me by phone or email (see below). Please pass on the invitation to anybody who you think may be interested and bring them along on the launch night.
I look forward to seeing you on February 17th.
Jan Bailey MA
Community Archaeologist & Youth Engagement
Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust
Direct Dial 01792-634236
Swansea Chinese Community Co-op Centre will hold a Chinese New Year Celebrations event from 11a.m. to 4p.m. on Sunday 2nd Feb 2014 in National Waterfront Museum.
There will be amazing performances and activities on the day, such as Chinese traditional secret performance art–Face Changing, Chinese Acrobatics Dance, Northern style lion dance and South style lion dance, and so on.
FREE ENTRY! You and your whole family are welcome to join us to celebrate the Chinese New Year!
See the 2014_Chinese_New_Year_Celebration_Waterfront_Agenda and Chinese New Year Poster 2014.
Swansea Museum has been shortlisted for Culture 24’s connect 10 competition! The museum has a huge opportunity to host a well known, respected and famous artist during the museums at night festival taking place between 15-17 May 2014.
Voting begins today, so we’re kindly asking you to head on over to the Culture24 webpage and vote for Swansea Museum to host artist Amy Sharrocks.
18 January 2014, 11am, National Waterfront Museum.
A free talk by Dr Ritchie Wood about the experiences of South Wales miners in the tunnelling companies of the Great War, the effect on their families, and the work of women at home.