OFFICIAL OPENING ‘UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES’

Posted by on Dec 19, 2018 in Blog, Exhibition Archive, News | No Comments

PEMBROKESHIRE JUNIOR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY GROUPS ‘UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES’ You, your family and friends are invited to attend the OFFICIAL OPENING To be opened by Stephen Thornton (Refinery Public Affairs Manager,Valero) and Barry John MBE (The VC Gallery) Displaying art work from; -Tenby Avenue Centre -Tenby VC primary school SATURDAY 5 JANUARY, 2PM – 4PM at […]

Christmas Celebrations at Tenby Museum & Art Gallery

Posted by on Dec 18, 2018 in Blog, News | No Comments

Tenby’s Museum & art Gallery have had a bustling weekend whilst celebrating a well-earned success & end to the year. The Museum had been lucky enough to have been allocated a stall at this Years first ‘Tenby Christmas Market & weekend”, which was held in the De Valence. This took place over the weekend of […]

Review of Phil Okwedy’s book launch

Posted by on Nov 27, 2018 in Blog, Event Archive, News | No Comments

Phil Okwedy and Peter Stevenson Tenby Museum, 24thNovember 2018     On Saturday Phil Okwedy entertained visitors to the museum with tales from his book “Wil and the Welsh Black cattle” – wonderful tales of family feuds, murderous actions, magic and romance, set in West Wales.   Phil described how he found that stories, particularly folk […]

Tenby ‘Kids in Museums’ Take over day

Posted by on Nov 23, 2018 in Blog, Event Archive, News | No Comments

On Friday 23 November, children and young people will be taking over museums and heritage sites across the country, from Tyneside to Torquay. One of the new Volunteers at Tenby museum & Art Gallery is Tia. She is a local College student from Pembrokeshire College, who has given her time and putting the knowledge of […]

William Lyons – our local hero

Posted by on May 4, 2017 in Blog, News | No Comments

A Local Hero It’s easy to forget that Tenby was an important spot for many notable people in the early nineteenth century. Many have blue plaques around the town dedicated to their memory but one man who has been so far overlooked is William Lyons, who died in Tenby in 1849. If you look carefully […]

Knapp-Fisher: A Family In Art

Posted by on Mar 18, 2016 in Blog, News | No Comments

The most recent art exhibition at Tenby Museum & Art Gallery is Knapp-Fisher: A Family In Art. This is a family tribute show to celebrate the creative life of John Knapp-Fisher and his family and is a celebration across generations. Included in the show will be a selection of paintings from John Knapp-Fisher – some […]

Museum gallery refurbishment Day 5

Posted by on Feb 16, 2016 in Blog, News | No Comments

So the weekend is over and work has once again commenced on refurbishing the gallery.  And progress is very good.  The team are concentrating harder than Dan Biggar before a conversion to get the plaster boarding finished and by the time these photos were taken (2.30pm) most of the ceiling and nearly all of the […]

Welsh Liberal Democrat Alistair Cameron adds his support to the museum cause

Posted by on Feb 13, 2016 in Blog, News | No Comments

The museum was visited today by Alistair Cameron of the Welsh Liberal Democrats to add his support to the museum’s cause. Mr Cameron had read of the museum’s financial problems in the presses and made a surprise visit to show solidarity with his local museum. Whilst here he chatted with staff to get a first […]

Museum gallery refurbishment Day 4

Posted by on Feb 12, 2016 in Blog, News | No Comments

Okay.  All good stuff again today and lots more progress.  All the batons are attached to the walls and all of the insulation in the ceiling is in place.  Work has now begun on putting in the dry-lining boards in preparation for the plastering.  I would estimate that just under one-quarter of the room has […]

Museum gallery refurbishment Day 3

Posted by on Feb 11, 2016 in Blog, News | No Comments

Real progress now, and starting to take shape.  Today they are putting in the insulation and so not only will it be a new whizz bang all singing ‘n’ dancing gallery but will also feel a bit warmer and allow the visitor to enjoy the time in more comfort it will take learning about WWI. […]