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Visit to the Wireless in Wales museum

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Wireless in Wales lecture and musuem tour.

Date and Time

19 March 2013 - 19:00-21:00

Location

Denbigh, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Jointly organised by the Wales North and Wales North local networks. Contact David S Crawford for more information.


About this event

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The event will start around 18:30 for sandwiches and then we will start at 19:00 with a presentation
about thermionic valves, followed by a break of around ten minutes at 19:50, then a look at the
exhibits which should take a further hour.

Programme

18:30 Complimentary buffet
19:00 Presentation on thermionic valves
20:00 Museum tour

Reasons to attend

A presentation and guided tour of the fascinating Wireless in Wales Museum in Denbigh, north Wales.

Cost

£00.00

Additional information

We are situated in the "Welsh Language Centre / Canolfan Iaith Clwyd" there is no parking. Visitors
should proceed past the "Language Centre" to the roundabout, take the third exit then first right.
The car park is on the right hand side, parking is free after 18:00. After parking, proceed back to
the "Welsh Language Centre" where you will be met at the front door.

Registration information

This event is free to attend but numbers are limited so please register by clicking the Attend button.


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