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March Newsletter 2019

Cynefin - Our Welcome is a community film education project, funded by Ffilm Cymru Wales and supported by Michael Sheen and the Josef Herman Art Foundation.

The Angel Shark Project: Wales needs your help!

Angelsharks were once common, gliding over the seabeds of the East Atlantic and Mediterranean. This amazing species has disappeared from much of its range, and is now Critically Endangered. An important population remains in Wales, and they need your help to safeguard it.

September 2018 Newsletter

Each year the Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative Committee invites all schools in Wales to enter heritage projects in a nationwide competition. Over the years People’s Collection Wales have supported the competition by sponsoring some of the digital awards.

This year Ysgol Penboyr and Ysgol Maesydderwen won the award for Digital Excellence, Congratulations to them both!

Europeana Migration Collection Days 6th-7th July

In partnership with People’s Collection Wales and Tiger Bay Tales, along with migration museums across Europe, Europeana is inviting people young and old to be part of its project to build an online collection dedicated to migration.

10 years of People's Collection Wales

This year marks the 10th year since People’s Collection Wales was first established. Since 2008 the programme has come on in leaps and bounds, from the launch of the website back in 2010 to a site that now has over 100,000 fascinating photographs, documents, audio and video recordings helping to create a complete picture of Wales’s history and heritage.

 

Looking for trouble with a capital T

We’re looking to make the future all about you! As we celebrate the success of the past three years since relaunching the website in February 2013, we're turning our focus on looking for ways to improve

Folklore Thursday

#FolkloreThursday has been taking Twitter by storm. The unusual hashtag sees people sharing stories and photos that demonstrate traditional beliefs and customs, many of which have long since disappeared from our modern life.

International Women's Day

To mark International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, I’ve selected images from the Collection that represent Welsh women’s work through the ages...

Love Tokens from the Collection

TOP FIVE items illustrating Wales’s relationship with love, Santes Dwynwen and St Valentine.

St Dogmaels Culture Beacon Development

St Dogmaels community the first in Pembrokeshire to present its heritage using Culture Beacon

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