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Glenys Myfanwy Workshop

An opportunity to discover more about the day to day life of civilians during the Second World War. What were food rations? How did people build shelters in their homes? And why was it important to dim out all light during the evenings to follow blackout regulations? Learn all about life in WWII.

The workshop will be ran by Glenys Myfanwy, the owner of Rhondda Stores in Swansea.


Suitable for KS2 pupils


Presenting Welsh history with fun and excitement.

Short Film and Workshop Package


As it’s not possible for us to join you at school, this is an opportunity to bring history alive in your class virtually! Watch a short, 15-minute long, film, about a character from Welsh history before taking part in a virtual, 45-minute workshop that will explore the character with the children. 

The short film and workshop package is available at £85 + VAT for one class (up to 35 children).

We can run virtual workshops through Teams, Zoom or Google Classroom and will send relevant resources to the school in advance.

With thanks to the Cultural Recovery Fund for making this work possible

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