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The Museum will re-open on Saturday 16th April

The Museum will re-open on Saturday 16th April

The Museum will re-open on Saturday 16th April (Easter Saturday) with a great new Exhibition on Slate and the Making of Glyndyfrdwy Village.    We will be telling the story of the families who earned their living from slate and how the village grew from a scattering of farms more | mwy …

Come and see our display of bardic chairs.

Come and see our display of bardic chairs.

We are exhibiting Chairs from the 1902 and 1926 Corwen Chair Eisteddfods and from the 1936 Powys Eisteddfod that was held in Corwen.  As a contrast, we also have the Chair from the 2009 Bala National Eisteddfod, which was not awarded because it was felt that the standard of more | mwy …

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 …

We have won Heritage Lottery Support!

We have today received £7900 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), part of which will fund two exciting new exhibitions in the Corwen Museum, on the legend of Owain Glyndwr and Corwen – the Crossroads of North Wales.  These displays will tell the story of Corwen and the Edeyrnion area more | mwy …
Corwen Museum is up and running!

Corwen Museum is up and running!

Our Museum is now open in Capel Coch (next to Bargain Booze).  It will be open every day from Saturday March 21st 2015 to Sunday 4th October 2015 and then weekends only during October 2015.   Opening times are 11.00 am to 3.45 pm approximately and admission is free (although donations more | mwy …

Exhibition news

There have been some very exciting developments regarding the Railway Exhibition. Can Edeyrnion are working with Llangollen Railway Trust and Corwen Railway Society to make the Exhibition a permanent museum, based at Capel Coch in Corwen. This has the full backing of the Heritage Lottery Funders and will open to more | mwy …
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