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.
Monthly Programme 2022
Please refer to this website or social media for possible changes to the scheduled programme.
Sunday 21 August 2.00 pm
Walk: Women's Heritage Walk: Carmarthen Town
Speaker: Mary Thorley
Meet at 26 Picton Terrace SA31 3BX. If unable to walk more than a mile meet party at 8 Morley Street at c.2.20 p.m.
Leader: Mary Thorley 07980 372483 firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 17 September 1.30pm
Pontargothi and Allterferin field trip:
Members to meet at Holy Trinity Church, Pontargothi (SA32 7PA) at 1.30 p.m. in order to share cars before progressing to Alltyferin where we will view and hear of the promontory earthwork and motte and Alltyferin House before returning to view Holy Trinity church.
Speakers: Heather James and Tom Lloyd
Leader: Heather James - email@example.com
Saturday 8 October 1.30 pm
Trail walk through Tenby: William Paxton and the birth of Tenby as a holiday resort
Speaker: Peter Stopp
Meet in Tenby North Car Park (SA70 8AG) for departure at 1.30 pm
Leader: Peter Stopp 01994 427310 firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 12 November 9.30 a.m. - 3.30 p.m.
Conference: Art and Artists in Carmarthenshire* Various speakers
The Halliwell Theatre, The University of Trinity St David, Carmarthen SA31 3EP
Leaders: Ann Dorsett ( email@example.com 01267 229345), Dylan Rees, Roy Davies, Tom Lloyd
Saturday 10 December 12.30 for 1.00 p.m.
Christmas Lunch* and President's address
Speaker: President Thomas Lloyd, OBE, DL, FSA, Wales Herald Extraordinary
Venue: to be arranged
Contact: Mary Thorley 07980 372483 firstname.lastname@example.org
Booking form and information will be forwarded
Stout footwear and waterproof gear essential for all field trips.
Membership runs from January 1st.
Zoom March Meeting 2021
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!