Heritage, Arts and Crafts Festivals
Festivals of Heritage, Arts and Crafts offer the opportunity to learn more about sites in our care, learn about history, and try your hand at a diverse range of arts and crafts activities. Previous events have included living history, music lessons, stone carving, printmaking, leather stamping, felting, art workshops, guided tours, spinning and weaving, storytelling, lectures, green woodworking, jewellery making, creative writing and photography walks.
2012 Festivals will be held during the British Festival of Archaeology in July, at Beaumaris Castle; Denbigh Castle; Laugharne Castle, Neath Abbey, Plas Mawr Elizabethan House, Conwy; Rhuddlan Castle, Tintern Abbey and Tretower Court & Castle. For further information, see the Cadw events pages.
If you are interested in taking part in future events - whether as a provider of an activity or a learner - please contact us via email Cadw.firstname.lastname@example.org.
History lectures in south Wales are delivered in partnership with Celtic Learner's Network. Information about the venues and lectures can be found on the Celtic Learners Network website: http://www.celticlearnersnetwork.org.uk/cadw.htm or on our events pages.
For further information about other adult learning opportunities, please contact us via email Cadw.email@example.com.
Family learning events are held at several Cadw sites throughout the year. For further information about courses available in your area, please contact us via email Cadw.firstname.lastname@example.org.