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Old photos of St Davids and area.

This time we concentrate on the development of the Cross Square from the late 1800’s to the present day

Programme  of Talks.

The Society organises a regular series of informative talks on topics of local interest during the year. These usually take place on the second Monday evening in the month, starting at 8.00pm in the City Hall, St Davids.

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Membership & Contacts

Here you will find links to the Membership Application Form and how to contact the Society, and useful links to other St Davids organisations.

Society Exhibition 2014

The 2014 Exhibition was based on the theme of St Davids before the Great War., And here are a selection of images that attempt to demonstrate what a different world it was.

About us.

The principal aims and objectives of the Society, and the location of our usual meeting venue.

Every effort is made to ensure that the information provided on this website is accurate and up to date, but no legal responsibility is accepted for any errors, omissions or misleading statements. There may be copyright on the images shown. We welcome any corrective and additional information on the photographs of people and places shown on this site, and would appreciate the free of copyright use of any photographs that visitors to the site own and are willing to share.

Cross Square, St David's St David's Cathedral

Characters of St Davids

The first in a regular series of photographs depicting characters and groups from times past.

Next Talk (there is no talk in August)

Monday 15th September to be held in Ty’r Pererin

The Right Reverend J. Wyn Evans, Bishop of St Davids

Peregrinatio: Travel or Pilgrimage?

Latest Information:

Peter Crane


Pete has very kindly supplied the contact details after his very informative talk on the 14th April 2014.


The book that Pete referred to is by Sian Rees, 1992 Dyfed: ‘A Guide to Ancient and Historic Wales’.


Pete Crane can be contacted on:


pete@pembrokeshirecoast.org uk


Or through the Dyfed Archaeological Trust:


www.dyfedarchaeology.org.uk/


Please note that the combined Wales Trusts are now on:


www.archwilio.org.uk


which is also now available as a smart phone app.


Peter Graham Marks

Click here for the text of the Eulogy given by The Right Reverend J. Wyn Evans, Bishop of St Davids