Hay History Group - July Roundup

The History Group have been busy recently as we gear up for our Agincourt themed History Weekend in September. The programme is looking great and we can now confirm that we have Professor Anne Curry coming to talk at Hay Castle about the Battle of Agincourt. Tickets are now available on our website. We have also secured Bob Woosnam-Savage who will be talking about weapons and armour on the Friday night after a screening of Olivier's Henry V at Booth's Cinema.

You can see the programme by clicking HERE

Hay Tours have also been busy - alongside the growing menu of walking tours around Hay they are now offering guided tours of Hay Castle in partnership with Hay Castle Trust. These tours take place every Thursday at 11am and cost £5 for adults (accompanied children are free) There is no need to book - just turn up at the rear lawns of the Castle at 10.50 and a guide will meet you there. More details on the Hay Tours website: www.haytours.org

Hay Tours guides Peter Ford and David Bennett welcome their first guided tour customers

Hay Tours guides Peter Ford and David Bennett welcome their first guided tour customers

We have also had some interesting emails recently including the following poster from Rob Jones whose family  lived at 2 Coopers Hall and worked on the railway at Hay Station and Clifford Crossing.

Lastly we can report that the Model Railway Group are doing well in their new premises at the Old School room next to Salem Chapel. They are open to visitors on Wednesday between 10.30 - 12.30 and 2.30 - 4.30. Salem Chapel, Bell Bank, Hay on Wye. More information is one their new page on this website - Click Here