It’s been a quiet one this month. Highlights include an old poem, an old photo and some old films.
We finally made it to 500 likes this month! We’re over this hump so here’s to 1000…
Louvain shared this poem, written by W. Parry of Tongwynlais in 1901.
'Queen Victoria' by W. Parry, Tongwynlais, 16th February, 1901. #History #Wales #Poetry pic.twitter.com/eQjDkffMrN
— Louvain Rees (@hellohistoria) November 4, 2014
There are two competitions running on our Facebook page at the minute. We’ve been promoting them with some simple brain teasers.
Cadw’s Pop Up Cinema returned to Castell Coch this month. Jon shared this great photo of the event.
This also happened last night… pic.twitter.com/P3hhFBxXyb
— Jon Pountney (@C_before_C) November 16, 2014
Cardiff History shared this old photo of Coryton roundabout.
Coryton roundabout pic.twitter.com/OVFhRwCp3L
— Cardiffs History (@CardiffsHistory) November 8, 2014
The Christmas lights went on this week and we shared a few photos.
Castell Coch was used to promote this collection of beautiful snowscapes.
55 snowscapes that show Wales transformed into a glorious winter wonderland http://t.co/YF1yQMUM2Y pic.twitter.com/C9ASzvttEm
— Wales Online (@WalesOnline) November 28, 2014
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