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Archaeology day
Saturday 22nd July 2017
Carmarthen Museum
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National Trust WWII Week in Dinefwr 15th May – 19th May 2017

World at War Poster

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We will be holding FREE 2 hour teacher sessions on Thursday 20th of April from 2pm to 4pm and on Thursday 27th of April from 4pm onwards. They will explore the possibilities of visiting the Tin Shed in the summer term.
 If you are interested please contact Emyr Price – 07966174179 or 01554823908 or deprice57@hotmail.co.uk This is a free service as the project is funded by The Heritage Lottery Fund. Please also check out our website www.tinshedexperience.co.uk or the Facebook page Tin Shed Experience.

The Tin Shed Experience is a small 1940s museum based in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire. The museum guides tell the fascinating stories of local people involved in WW2 and also has a victory garden with an Anderson Shelter and Workman's Cottage. The museum is filled with memorabilia from the 1930s and 1940s and sessions focus on tales about Make do and Mend, Evacuees, Dig for Victory the Blitz and other WW2 experiences. Visits will help pupils with a number of important educational skills but it is the storytelling that adds most to the experience and the local tales linked to the uniformed mannequins. There is a covered barn area that can be used for a variety of research activities and for lunch breaks.

Laugharne is very popular with school groups due to the Dylan Thomas attractions and the nearby Castle which could also be visited as part of a day trip. It would also be possible to combine your visit with the nearby WW1 Trench Experience at Morfa Bay in Pendine. We can host and guide school groups of around 30 pupils for the small entry charge of £3 each. Tours in Welsh can also be arranged.

 





GRIFFITH JONES of LLANDDOWROR  ‘ A Tercentenary Celebration’ 

– July 15th-17th, 2016 - In Llanddowror Church


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Survey - The Tywi Gateway
project at Abergwili 2016

The Welsh Historic Gardens Trust and The Tywi Gateway Project are applyingfor funding to rejuvenate the grounds of the County Museum. Landsker Business Solutions have been commissioned to undertake a survey. Your input by answering the following questions will directly help the funding bid.

Covering letter

Full questionnaire

 

 

 As a thank you for completing the survey you will be entered into a prize draw where you could win 1st Prize - An Amazon Kindle, 2nd Prize - Hamper of local produce worth £50, 3rd Prize - Oakwood Family Ticket.
Click here to go to survey



 



 

Dinefwr Park & Dolaucothi Gold Mines Schools Newsletter  - Spring Term 2016 
Newsletter 



 

Dinefwr Park & Dolaucothi Gold Mines Schools Newsletter
Autumn Term 2015

Schools Newsletter Templates Autumn Term 2015.pdf

 Schools Winter Poetry Competition

Poster
Letter

 

Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative 2016
Letter
Report
Leaflet
EU Story 



Carmarthenshire museum
presents an Egyptian Experience
18th July 2015



History in the National Curriculum – Key Stage 2-3




Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative 2015
Letter
Report
Leaflet
EU Story


Saturday 21st June Children’s Art Workshop






The Roman Makeover
Discover the world of Roman hairstyles,cosmetics, soaps and perfumes …... And more /Join our Roman Army – are you tough enough? Saturday 28.06.2014

 


Use of World War II (WWII) gas masks and World War I (WWI) helmets as teaching aids in schools – risk of exposure to asbestos
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Secondary School Grant - Funding Guidance
 
Return of the Romans
Castle Hotel Llandovery
April 17th 2014




Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative 2014
Leaflet
Award Winners 2013


WW1 educational programme – subsidy for schools in Wales
As part of the Welsh Government’s WWI educational programme, secondary schools in Wales will be eligible to apply for a subsidy for the commemorations. This £1000 will provide assistance to help meet the costs associated with supporting pupils to develop a deeper understanding of the causes and consequences of World War One and the impact it had on people’s lives. Further details about this funding will be made available via the DYSG website in January 2014.


Roman Laugharne Day
26th October 2013

Laugharne castle-Festival of heritage, arts & crafts
23rd July
 







Roman Fun Day 
Saturday 20th July 2013 11am – 4pm






Archaeology Day at the Museum
21st July 2012
10:00am - 4:00pm

Poster






Kings for Christmas
Saturday 3rd Decemeber 2011
Christmas Workshops with the artist Dorothy Morriss
11:00 - 13:00 & 14.00 -16.00
Art Day
New resources for KS3, Ks4, A/S and Alevel November 2011
New Resources

 


Medwyn the Mole Detective launches his brand new museum website for schools

Launch invitation .doc
Press Release.doc

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