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PDF SUMMARY’ after the Talk title indicates that a summary of the Talk is available from the hyperlink.

Summaries for some 2016 and 2017 are available from the Society on request.


Monday 8th January:         Simon Hancock  - ‘Pembrokeshire Women in World War 1’

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Monday 12th February:      Annual General Meeting

       Martin Roberts - ‘Dinas to the Antipodes’

                                                        EXHIBITION PDF SUMMARY

Monday 12th March:         Marc Muller - ‘Slave Owners in Pembrokeshire ’    PDF SUMMARY

Monday 9th April:             John Beynon - ‘Captain George Mathias & the Beynon Family Tree’

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Monday 14th May             Simon Hancock - ‘Witchcraft in Seventeenth Century Pembrokeshire’

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Monday 11th June            Ffion Rees - ‘Ramsey Island and Beyond’           PDF SUMMARY

Monday 9th July               Afternoon visit with Archdeacon Dorrien Davies

                                   to the Priory Church of St Mary Magdelene, St Clears

                                    No Evening Talk


Monday 10th September   Rt. Rev. Wyn Evans - ‘The Pre-Victorian Cathedral’

Monday 8th October        Grace Davies - ‘Solva 100 Years Ago’

Monday 12th November    Paul Edey - ‘So  you think you know St Davids?’

December - The Society Christmas Dinner

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The Talks usually take place on the second Monday evening in the month, starting at 7.30pm in the City Hall, St Davids, and are open to all on payment of a £3.00 fee on the door, or one can become a Member for only £10.00

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Twr y Felin c. 1910

Goat Street and the edge of Cross square c. 1880

Programme of Talks for 2018