The Royal Institution of South Wales is collaborating with the Swansea Branch of the Historical Association for the second year to present History Day.
The free all-day event is open to the public and will take place at Swansea Museum (morning and lunchtime) and the National Waterfront Museum (afternoon)
10.10: Gerald Gabb: Launch of the Swansea History Journal (Minerva)
10.30: Richard Daugherty: Swansea’s Turnpike Roads
11.30: Jeff Childs: The Parish Churches of the Lordship of Gower
12.40–13.20: Lunchtime seminar: ‘We can find ways of keeping Swansea Museum open and active’
14.15: John Ashley: Swansea Aviation Pioneers
15.15: Gerald Gabb: A stroll through Swansea’s streets, as once they were