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My Grandfather, John Roberts

A couple of weeks ago I received a phone call from Mrs Beryl Jones asking for Corwen Museum.  She is the granddaughter (now in her nineties) of John Roberts who owned and ran the more | mwy …

Museum News 26th August 2020

Museum News 26th August 2020

The Museum will remain closed this year because of the Covid-19 Pandemic but we are still busy:-

Daily posts are put on our Facebook page telling stories about Corwen and the Edeyrnion villages and requesting comments and information. Please visit and like the Corwen Museum more | mwy …

Latest News 12th July 2020

Latest News 12th July 2020

Although the Museum is shut, we are still busy working.  We are updating our artefacts database and taking photographs of each artefact in the way recommended by Gruffydd Jones of the Peoples Collection Wales, so that we can upload images and descriptions of our artefacts to the Peoples more | mwy …

A Big Thankyou

We have been told by Denbighshire County Council that our free rental period has been extended until the end of June is a great relief. We have also received a donation of £560 from 'Making a Difference Locally', the charity launched by Nisa Retail Ltd to more | mwy …

Corwen Museum Open Weekend  Saturday 29th February and Sunday 1st March

Corwen Museum Open Weekend Saturday 29th February and Sunday 1st March

Corwen Museum is pleased to announce their Open Weekend on Saturday 29th February and Sunday 1st March.  The museum will be open from 11.00 am to 4.00 pm and visitors will be able to see the two exciting new exhibitions:Artists and Authors connected to Edeyrnion’ and more | mwy …

Opening Times

The Museum will close on Sunday 27th October for the winter and will re-open  on 29th February 2020, with exciting new exhibitions

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Come and see the past! Anderson Shelter in Corwen Museum!

Come and see the past! Anderson Shelter in Corwen Museum!

On September 1st this year we mark the beginning of World War 2 in 1939.  Here in North Wales it was a fine, sunny morning, but the future was to be far from sunny. Often people had to hide away from bomb blasts in specially constructed underground shelters, half buried in the more | mwy …

Trip to see Bronze Age Spearhead found in Corwen

Trip to see Bronze Age Spearhead found in Corwen

On Friday 20th October, a group of volunteers from Corwen Museum went to Storiel Bangor to see a bronze spearhead that had been more | mwy …

Our Model Railway is having a facelift

    Nick Collins is working every Wednesday to bring our Model Railway of the line from Berwyn Station to Glyndyfrdwy back into pristine condition.  Come and see him at work. Are you interested in volunteering at the Museum?  As well as stewards, we more | mwy …

Events for the rest of 2015

Our programme for the remainder of 2015 has now been finalised and there are some very interesting talks and visits.  Go to the Events Diary to find out what is happening and come along. more | mwy …

Premier of video of the Dee Valley taken from the train

Thursday February 19th at 7.00 pm in Capel Coch, Corwen. (next to Bargain Booze). Talk by David Shiel of Denbighshire Countryside Services on "The Dee Valley - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty", with a video of the Dee Valley taken from the train and being shown to the public for more | mwy …
Visit to Nantclwyd y Dre

Visit to Nantclwyd y Dre

Can Edeyrnion and friends enjoyed a trip to Nantclwyd y Dre in Ruthin on Thursday 14th August. Nantclwyd y Dre is Wales' oldest timbered town house, having been built in 1435. It was continually occupied for over five centuries and shows room from seven different ages. more | mwy …
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