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AGM 2019

In AGM, Latest, What's onby Rachel Morley

This year our AGM will take us to Monmouthshire – to St Cadoc’s, Llangattock Vibon Avel to be precise.

Join us at this lavishly restored medieval church on Saturday 12th October. Choral Evensong will precede the AGM, led by Welsh National Opera conductor and Llangattock Vibon Avel resident, Andrew Greenwood.

Afterwards, we will have tea and a short lecture in The Hendre, a sprawling red-brick Victorian mansion and former home of the Rolls family.

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AGM 2018

In AGM, Latest, What's onby ffctest

We’re thrilled to welcome members to Llanfaglan Church, Gwynedd for our Annual General Meeting this year on Saturday 13th October 2018 (2pm).  St Baglan’s sits in romantic isolation shrouded by …

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Meet us at the Sennedd

In What's onby Friends News

The Friends and other members of the Wales Heritage Group will be in Cardiff on Tuesday 8th November, 9:30am-3:30pm exhibiting in the Neuadd at the Senedd, at an event open …

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Heritage Open Days / Drysau Agored

In What's onby Friends News

Thousands of special historic places in England and Wales open their doors throughout September as part of Heritage Open Days (HODS) / Drysau Agored (Open Doors Wales).  Although most of …