Cartrefi olaf arddangosfeydd y Dê Ddwyrain – The South East exhibitions’ last homes

IMG_1744Prin iawn yw’r llyfrgelloedd newydd sy’n agor y dyddie ‘ma, ond yn Bargod ‘ma nhw wedi adnewyddu ac addasu Capel Bedyddwyr Hanbury, un o addoldai anferth y dre a symud y llyfrgell i’r adeilad, gan gynnwys casglaid archifol bwrdeisdref Caerffili. Gwych o beth!

IMG_1733Vicky Hyams o lyfrgell Bargod

IMG_1750Yr adeilad hynod hwn, bydd cartref y gyntaf o ddwy arddangosfa Lleisiau o Lawr y Ffatri/ Voices from the Factory Floor sydd ar daith o gwmpas Dê Ddwyrain Cymru tan ddiwedd mis Medi.

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Mae’r ail arddangosfa wedi cyrraedd Llyfrgell Ganolog Caerdydd ac yn cael ei harddangos yn y brif ddarllenfa ar yr ail lawr.

IMG_1738Ar ddechrau mis Hydref bydd yr arddangosfeydd yn teithio lan i Fangor ar gyfer cynhadledd flynyddol Archif Menywod Cymru.

Welai chi yna!

Catrin

The opening of a new library building is a rare event in these days of Westminster inflicted austerity. However in Bargoed they’ve renovated and converted the massive Hanbury Baptist Chapel to house the library and Caerphilly municipal archives. What a magnificent achievement!

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This outstanding building will play host to the first of the two Lleisiau o Lawr y Ffatri/ Voices from the Factory Floor exhibitions touring South East Wales.

The second exhibition has reached Cardiff Central Library and is on show in the main reading room on the second floor.

IMG_1736Lleisiau o Lawr y Ffatri/ Voices from the Factory Floor will exhibit in both places until the end of the month. Then they will travel to Bangor for the Women’s Archive Annual conference.

See you there!

Catrin

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