Events / Digwyddiadau

Our meetings are usually held on the third Thursday of the month, at 2.30pm (to 4.00pm) at the Morlan, Queen's Road, Aberystwyth SY23 2HH.

If you're interested in joining us, you're very welcome to come along to one of our monthly meetings as a visitor (for up to two visits, at £2 per visit). Just mention at the signing-in desk that you are new, and someone will help.

This website listing is regularly updated, and our full programme is shown below. (Members are emailed if there are any unavoidable changes, or additions, to the programme.) Posters for our monthly meetings are displayed at many locations around town, and reviews of our meetings regularly feature in the Aberystwyth "Up Your Street" section, of the Cambrian News.

An application form for new members, can be downloaded here: Membership Form or Ffurflen Aelodaeth. Current members' subscription information is at: Membership Renewal. Previous programmes of guest speakers, and other events, are listed at: Programme Archive. For any further information please leave a message for: Programme Secretary or Membership Enquiry.

Dates for your Diary
Thu Feb 21st

- a talk by Mike Lewis of the Cambrian News

Thu Mar 21st

A short AGM
- then a fun General Knowledge Quiz
- followed by a social tea

Thu Apr 18th

Students and Statues
by Elgan Davies

A talk on some little known aspects of the Old College. There are a number of interesting statues associated with Aberystwyth University, four of which are located at Old College – two inside the Quad and two outside the building overlooking the sea. We’ve all passed these statues so many times over the years that by now we hardly give them a second thought, but behind them there are interesting stories that link them with the growth of the university and the development of the town itself.

The speaker, Elgan Davies, is a local author who worked at the College for over 30 years and knows its history. He is always ready to tell others the story of this iconic building.

Thu May 16th

Monthly meeting at Morlan