We are hoping to be able to implement our planned programme - shown below - from April onwards but changes may be needed to comply with Covid regulations.

Gobeithwn weithredu ein rhaglen arfaethedig - a ddangosir isod - o Ebrill ymlaen ond mae'n debygol y bydd angen addasiadau i gydymffurfio â rheoliadau Covid.  



Due to the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh on Saturday afternoon, Tom Lloyd will not now be giving his talk on ‘Carmarthenshire in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century English Literature’ at 2.30 p.m. Mr Lloyd will now deliver this lecture on Thursday 29th April at 7p.m. If you have requested a Zoom link for the lecture, you will be automatically sent a link for the new date and time.

If you have not already requested a link for the lecture and would like to do so, please email

The AGM will go ahead as planned at 2.00 p.m. and will finish by 2.30 p.m. The link will be sent out to all who have requested it on Thursday of this week.

Stout footwear and waterproof gear essential for all field trips.

Membership runs from January 1st.



Zoom Cyfarfod Mawrth/ March Meeting, 2021

Cynhaliwyd darlith Mawrth ar y cyd â Chymdeithas Hanes Talacharn a chafwyd cynulleidfa o 111 cartref! Disgrifiodd Heather James rai o longddrylliadau Bae Caerfyrddin, y rhan fwyaf wedi'u chwythu oddi ar eu cwrs gan gorwyntoedd. Pan ofynnwyd i Heather, sy'n gyn-forwraig ei hun, pa mor feddal oedd y tywod yn y bae, adroddodd ei phrofiad brawychus o'i chwch yn taro'r tywod caled wrth gael ei chwythu gan y gwyntoedd cryf!


The March talk was in combination with Laugharne's History Society and attended by an astonishing 111 households! Heather James described some of the wrecks on the sands of the Carmarthen Bar, most of them blown far off course in gale conditions. Asked if the sands provided a soft landing, as a former sailor herself she explained with feeling the terror of being bounced on the hard sands by each gust of gale-force winds!