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Gwefr heb Wifrau / Wireless in Wales

Wireless in Wales has been brought together to celebrate Wales’ part in the evolution of radio and radio broadcasting.

www.gwefrhebwifrau.org.uk/index.php/en/

07759691939

 

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Gwefr heb Wifrau / Wireless in Wales

Wireless in Wales Museum, Canolfan Iaith Clwyd, Pwll y Grawys, Denbigh LL16 3LG

07759691939

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Wireless in Wales has been brought together to celebrate Wales’ part in the evolution of radio and radio broadcasting. The museum holds a small but varied collection of radios and information chronologically displaying some rare and also representative radios and memorabilia.

The museum is the result of one man’s dream and vision, David E. Jones. David was a collector of radios for most of his life. Sadly, he passed away a few weeks before fulfilling his dream of opening a Wireless in Wales exhibition and publishing his book on which the exhibition is largely based.

David will be remembered as a gentle man with strong convictions. He campaigned for several causes and his lasting legacy is the establishment of the Welsh language centre in Denbigh in 1990.

Radio collecting was his personal hobby which he integrated with his dedication to Wales and the continuation of the Welsh language. He had a unique and broad vision all of which has been brought together to create the museum and his book Wireless in Wales. The museum and his book stand as a tribute to him.

www.gwefrhebwifrau.org.uk/index.php/en/

07759691939

Denbigh Castle

Denbigh Castle's finest feature is its striking triple-towered great gatehouse. Along with over half a mile of town walls, Denbigh Castle is a classic fortress of Edwardian proportions.

http://cadw.gov.wales/daysout/denbighcastle/?lang=en

01745 813385

 

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Denbigh Castle

Denbigh Castle, LL16 3SN

01745 813385

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Denbigh Castle's finest feature is its striking triple-towered great gatehouse. Along with over half a mile of town walls, Denbigh Castle is a classic fortress of Edwardian proportions.

Edward I’s successful 13th-century campaign in the region was cemented by the creation of an English borough in Denbigh from 1282 onwards. Henry de Lacy, one of the King’s loyal commanders, was given control of the area and had the task of building the new castle.

http://cadw.gov.wales/daysout/denbighcastle/?lang=en

01745 813385

Amgueddfa Dinbych / Denbigh Museum

Denbigh Museum is an independent museum established by volunteers in 2014 to preserve the heritage of Denbigh.

visitdenbigh.co.uk

01745 817095

 

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Amgueddfa Dinbych / Denbigh Museum

Lôn Goch / Grove Road,, Dinbych / Denbigh,, LL16

01745 817095

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Denbigh Museum is an independent museum established by volunteers in 2014 to preserve the heritage of Denbigh.

Though entirely voluntary our museum operates to the highest standards.

It is working towards full museum accreditation status from the Welsh Government. The museum is located in the former magistrates court building and we are currently working on a project to adapt the building and enhance the visitor experience.

The museum is open every Monday afternoon between 1:30-4pm and at other times during the year for specific exhibitions. The Community Archive Group also meet at the museum every Monday 1:30-4pm.

We welcome visits by organised groups at any time of the year.

 

Directions

By road: from the A55 (jct 27), follow the A525 south to Denbigh and the signs to the town centre. At the traffic lights turn right then first right into Station Road. Follow Grove Road for 300m

By train: The nearest station is Rhyl (12 miles)

By cycle: National Cycle Network Route 5 to Rhyl

visitdenbigh.co.uk

01745 817095

Cae Dai Trust - 50s Museum

The Lawnt, Nantglyn Road, Denbigh, LL16 4SU

01745 817004 or 812107

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