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Llareggub: Peter Blake illustrates Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood
Sir Peter Blake presents his illustrations of Under Milk Wood with paintings and drawings illustrating Dylan Thomas’s masterpiece, including portraits of the characters and watercolours of the dream sequences. Each day at 2pm the play for voices can be heard alongside the exhibition which is open daily from 10am to 4pm, until September 23rd.
An Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales exhibition, organised as part of Dylan Thomas 100, the year-long celebration of the poet’s centenary.
More amazing discoveries on the Pembrokeshire Coast’s beaches have provided a fascinating insight into the lives of the area’s hunter gatherers as many as 10,000 years ago.
Ancient human and animal footprints were spotted by a National Park Archaeologist at Newgale, while the remains of an aurochs, an extinct breed of wild cattle, were found at Whitesands by local man Shaun Thompson.
Lampeter Food Festival presents The Lampeter Young People’s Festival
All about food. All about young people.
Saturday 5 July 2014, 10am – 5pm in Victoria Hall
- Inter-schools Cooking Competition with cash prize
- Design a Pizza Competition
- Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
- Latte Art Workshops
- How to run a successful YouTube channel
- Guess the Cheese Competition
- How to get a job in catering
The main Lampeter Food Festival is taking place on Saturday 26 July 2014.
If you know a young person who enjoys finding out about history through hands-on activities, there’s an inspiring national club starting this summer which is aimed at having fun and sparking an interest in archaeology.
The Prince of Wales began his Annual Summer Tour of Wales at a cheesemakers today.
His Royal Highness spent more than an-hour-and-a-half at Caws Cenarth Cheese in Boncath.
After being given a tour of the award winning facility by owner Carwyn Adams, The Prince, who is a great supporter of local sourcing and British farmers, got his hands on a 2.6 kilogramme wheel of Golden Cenarth - which is made with Duchy Cider.
Mr Adams said The Prince had done wonders to champion local producers.
He said: "It was fantastic to have him here today and I was quite impressed about how knowledgeable he was about food.
"The Prince last visited us in 1998, and he was impressed to see how much we had expanded since then."
- Dylan Thomas’s Mobile Writing Shed Rolls Up At Oriel y Parc
- Pembrokeshire Coast Otter Sightings Pass The 100 Mark
- Audit Office Reports Positive Progress For National Park Authority
- Park Authority Offers Taster Days For Careers In Conservation
- Pembrokeshire Coast Walkability Project Strides On With A Little Help From The Friends
- Wild About Summer In The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park