Anglesey Antiquarian Society 
Next Day School
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The next AAS Day School will be held on Saturday 3 February 2018
Note change of date from 10 February - Details of how to book will be posted when the programme is finalised. Enquiries - Joanna Davidson (jo.davidson57@gmail.com; Pandy Treban, Bryngwran, Holyhead, Anglesey, LL65 3YW).
Venue: To be announced
Sponsored by AAS, Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, the Institute for the Study of Welsh Estates and Bangor University.

Topic: 'Spheres of infulence' A day school to explore the impacts of estates on the history, culture and landscapes of Anglesey, from the medieval period to the twentieth century..

Draft programme - April 2017
  • 8:30 -Registration

  • 9.00 - Welcome and opening address

  • 9:10 - Panel 1: Land, lineage and power(Chair, Andrew Davidson, Chief Archaeologist, GAT)


  • 10:30 - Coffee/Tea

  • 11:00 - Panel 2: Ancestral landscapes (Chair, Frances Lynch Llewellyn, Chairman, AAS)


  • 12:20 - Lunch

  • 13:20 - Panel 3: Patronage and performance (Chair: Shaun Evans, Director, ISWE)


  • 14:40 - Coffee/Tea


  • 15:00 - Panel 4: The 20th century and beyond: community and change (Chair: Lowri Ann Rees, Lecturer in Modern History, Bangor University & Editor of the Transactions of the Anglesey Antiquarian Society)


  • 16:20 - Concluding remarks and thanks: (A.D. Carr, President, AAS & Emeritus Professor of Welsh History, Bangor University)

  • 16:30 - END



Information about previous Day Schools held in 1986, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2014 and 2016 is available here