Free event to help you find out about the Pembrokeshire Festival of Flight, the history of Pembrokeshire between 1900-1920 and to conduct family history research.
All week A fascinating display on the Pembrokeshire Festival of Flight in the Library Foyer, to celebrate the 100th Anniversaries of the first flights from Britain to Ireland. Produced by Information and Cultural Services.
Tuesday 18th Schools Day (by appointment only) featuring local author Alun Ifans.
Thursday 20th?Evening talks (open to all at the Library Gallery) 6pm “North Pembrokeshire a Hundred Years Ago” By Robert Nisbet 7pm “Chapel Bay Fort, Angle” By George Gear
Saturday 22nd September Family History Surgery from 9.30 a.m. to 12noon Displays and stands on the period 1900?1920 across Pembrokeshire by Local History Societies and others from 10 a.m. to 3pm in the Library Gallery Afternoon talks (open to all in the Ref and Local Studies Library) 2pm “Agriculture in Wales” By Edward Perkins 3.pm “Pembrokeshire Headstones” By Owen Vaughan