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Roath Local History Society Summer Programme 2015

Roath Local History Society Summer Programme 2015

The Roath Local History Society have posted their Summer 2015 programme online. Their next event is on the 25th June at Albany School. Further events throughout the year. See Programme below and on their website.

Members and guests are invited to join in a series of meetings which have been arranged to places of interest in and around our area. Please note the various starting times. It would be helpful if those attending are prompt and ready to commence at the time stated.

Thursday June 25th. Albany Road School, Albany Road.

Will Howlett will conduct a tour of the facilities and we will learn something of the important role this school has played in the history of Roath. We will then meet some of the senior students who will discuss their World War One Project of last year, which was staged at the school.

Meet outside the main entrance for a 2.00pm start.

Thursday July 2nd. STACS Library Resource. Dominions Way, Newport Road.

Consequent upon the closure of the Local Studies Department in the Central Library, much of this Collection is at present held at STACS. The purpose of this visit is to familiarise ourselves with the collection and systems in place to use it.

Meet outside for 2.00pm start.

Thursday July 9th. Bute Park Restoration Project.

Jonathon Green will conduct us around the areas recently restored including parts of the castle moat, the foundations of the fulling mill and Benedictine Monastery. We will then visit the Education Centre and finish at the Secret Garden.

Meet near the Pettigrew Tearooms, Canton Bridge, for a 4.00pm start.

Thursday July 16th. City Road.

Malcolm Ranson will lead a guided walk along one of the most important roads in Roath, recalling people, shops and businesses over many years.

Meet outside the Park Conservative Club, 217, City Road, for a 2.00pm start.

Thursday July 23rd. St. Davids’ Hall

A behind the scenes tour of the facilities you don’t see, when you visit the National Concert Hall for Wales.

Meet outside the main entrance for 2.00pm start.

Looking forward to your company at some, or all of the visits.

Peter Gillard. Hon Secretary.

Telephone: 029 2241 1717 http://www.roathlocalhistorysociety.org