Posted - 20-06-2013

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Calling all Clubs and Societies

I wonder if the committee members of your club or society have yet arranged your programme of events for the Autumn period?

Have they considered visiting the Library, as a local group from Tanygroes, near Cardigan, will be doing this Saturday?

More and more of clubs and societies are taking advantage of visiting the Library, to enjoy seeing some of our national treasures and learning more about our culture as a nation.
The free guided tours include visiting parts of the building which are normally not accessible to the general public, with an opportunity to learn more about the collections, blogsgs00003visit the exhibitions and galleries, and to marvel at the architecture of one of Wales’s most iconic buildings .

How about enjoying a meal or a cup of tea in the Pen Dinas Café  –  and remember to buy a little a memento at the Shop before leaving.

Free weekly tours are held twice a week, Monday at 11.00pm and Wednesdays at 2.15pm, but it is essential that you pre-book your ticket in advance to prevent disappointment by contacting the Library’s Shop (01970) 632 548 or online

For those of you interested in visiting as a society, group or club, full details can be found on the Library’s website.

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