Anglesey Antiquarian Society 
Site last updated 6 September 2017.

Eisteddfod Genlaethol Cymru 2017, Ynys Môn, Bodedern, LL65 3SS
AAS and Eisteddfod

This is just a reminder that the Society has a small presence in the Lle Hanes tent (alongside Cadw, RCAHMW and the National Museum).
Our books are for sale there and our leaflets are available. It might be a good idea if members could take a handful and press them in them into the hands of friends and acquaintances you may meet elsewhere on the Maes.
There will be a sessions each afternoon in Lle Hanes with Cefyn Burgess a Community Wall Hanging for the ‘replica’ Llys Rhosyr being built at St Fagans.
And there will be historical lectures Monday – Wednesday at 1.00-2.00pm in the Societies Tent 1; on Thursday and Friday these lectures will be from 3.00 - 4.00pm
On Tuesday Aug. 8th at 10.30-11.00 and again at 2.30 -3.00 there will be a 20 minute ‘taster’ for the Community Opera on the Court of Llywelyn Fawr in Lle Hanes. Some may remember we were consulted on this last autumn.
On Wednesday Aug. 9th at 3.00pm Glenda Carr will be giving the Cambrian Archaeological Association lecture in The Societies Tent 1. She will be speaking about Anglesey Place Names. The lecture will be chaired by Prof Prys Morgan and will be in Welsh.
On Thursday Aug 10th at 12.30-1.00pm the Llanfechell Historical Society will be putting on a short show in Lle Hanes. Robin would be very pleased if you would support them!
On Friday at 12.15 in the Bangor University Tent, Peter Lord will be giving an illustrated lecture on “Portraying the People of Anglesey” (see below)

Darlith yn Gymraeg gan / Lecture in Welsh by
Peter Lord
"Portreadu Pobl Môn" "Portraying the People of Anglesey"

Traddodir y sgwrs hon yn Gymgaeg, gyda gwasanaeth cyfeithu ar y pryd i'r Saesneg
This talk will be delivered in Welsh with simultaneous translation into English.

Dydd Gwener, 11 Awst 2017, 12,15yp, Pabell Prifysgol Bangor
Friday 11 August 2017, 12.15 pm, in the Bangor University Tent
Croeso i Bawb / All Welcome

Gybodaeth pellech /Further information

Welcome to the Society's New Website which was developed as part of a wider programme of activities to commemorate and celebrate the Society's Centenary Anniversary in 2011/2012. This programme has received funding through the Rural Development Plan for Wales 2007-2013 which is funded by the Welsh Assembly Government and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development. (Cyllidwyd y prosiect hwn yn rhannol drwy Gynllun Datblygu Gweldig I Gymru 2007-2013 a ariennir gan Lywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru a’r Gronfa Amaethyddol Ewrop ar gyfer Datblygu Gwledig.) (See European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD))

The new web site provides on line search facilities to the Society's Index to the Transactions 1913-1985 and to the Bibliography of Anglesey, both compiled by Dewi O. Jones. Both are essential starting points in hunting down information about the history of the Island and as part of the Centenary Celebration we are working to bring them up to date.

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