Support group holds two events at Swansea Museum this week
A GROUP that supports Swansea Museum is hosting two events this week.
The Royal Institution of South Wales will today host a lunchtime talk at the museum starting at 1pm.
Michael Williams, emeritus professor and former head of Swansea University's education department, will be the guest.
He will present an illustrated talk on copper, brigantine sailing ships, and Swansea's Connection with British North America.
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Swansea copper took Wales into the mainstream of the industry, and the ongoing exhibition in Swansea Museum's main gallery also illustrates that world. Admission to the talk is free to visitors.
Closely following is the traditional RISW Saint David's Day coffee morning on Friday.
It runs from 10.30am until noon, with coffee and cakes, books, bric-a-brac, a raffle and a harp recital by Leslie Griffin.