Archif Menywod Cymru / Women’s Archive Wales promotes the recognition of women in Welsh history and the preservation of sources of women’s history in Wales.
We do this by:
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Photograph of Gertrude Rosewarne, a Red Cross Nurse in the First World War.
News & Events
Women’s Archive Wales 2020 Symposium
3rd October 2020
This year Women’s Archive Wales is delivering an Online Symposium instead of our usual Annual Conference. It will be held on Zoom on October 3rd between 9.30a.m. and 3.30p.m. and we have an eclectic mix of talks on women’s history and heritage in Wales.Read More
Digital Summarizing Course
9th September 2020
We are offering a free online Digital Summarising Course as part of the Setting the Record Straight project currently being run by Women’s Archive Wales. In spite of the difficulties encountered because of lockdown we have been able to complete over 20 of the proposed 60 interviews through garden interviews (weather permitting) and some distance recording.Read More
Film of the project 'Canrif Gobaith - Century of Hope'
11th August 2020
The Women’s Archive Wales’ session in the Eisteddfod AmGen, 'Celebrating Women’s Heritage: a look at the work of the Archive through the medium of the film Century of Hope 1918-2018’ is now available to watch. This is a Welsh language session but the film is easily accessible by all. Please follow the link below.Read More
Avril Rolph Bursary 2020
2nd August 2020
Congratulations to Teleri Owen of Conwy for winning the Avril Rolph Bursary 2020 award. She was presented with the certificate and cheque for a research paper entitled (in Welsh) ‘Secretively and in Public: The Effect, Role and Representation of Women during the Great Penrhyn Strike 1900-1903’ in a Zoom ceremony on 28 July.Read More