The Talks normally start at 7.00 pm in the Discovery Room, Oriel y Parc, unless stated otherwise.
The proposed dates are subject to amendment as circumstances dictate, and the Friends will try to advise members of any change as soon as possible through this site.
Visitors are welcome to our Talks, and although there is no fixed charge, a voluntary contribution would be gratefully received.
Please note that space at the Talks is limited, and is available on a ‘First come, first seated basis’. We cannot guarantee access to a Talk, but so far we are happy to report that it has not been necessary to turn anyone away.
Wednesday 9th January Sally Martyn
‘The Shaping of North Pembrokeshire's Coastline’
Wednesday 6th February Ian McDonald
‘An illustrated talk on Art In, On and All Over Buildings’
Wednesday 13th March John Evans
'A Journey through Time'
Wednesday 10th April Louise Barker, Dr Toby Driver, Dan Hunt (Royal Commission)
Dr Patrick Robson (Aberystwyth University).
‘Cliffs, Islands, Forts and Storms: Recent work by the CHERISH Project, studying climate change and coastal heritage in Pembrokeshire’.
Wednesday 15th May Professor Ian Hall in conversation with Brian John
Prof. Hall is the Head of School and Research Professor, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University
‘Global warming - Do a few degrees matter?
Wednesday 5th June Mari James- St Davids Cathedral Librarian
‘St Davids Cathedral Library - a unique destination venue’
Wednesday 3rd July Rod Williams
‘An Insight into the current exhibition - Stones and Bones’
August - No Talk
Wednesday 4th September Ian McDonald
Wednesday 2nd October David Gardner
“The Antique Maps of Wales and Pembrokeshire - a brief tour”