Posted - 28-05-2010


Welcome to the National Library of Wales’ blog!

Come with us on a journey through the Library’s varied work. Hear about the Library’s events at some of Wales’ main festivals, and gain behind-the-scenes access to some of the Library’s most exciting projects. Not to forget of course a look at some of the Library’s treasures with the people who know them best. This blog will give you a new insight into the role and work of the Library like never before.

Remember to leave comments on the posts, we’d be glad to hear from you. You can also contact us if you have any ideas about posts you would like to see, send us a comment below.

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One response

Good idea!

Welsh Culture International

Commented July 21, 2010 / 10:55:24




About this blog

A blog about the work and collections of the National Library of Wales.

Due to the more personal nature of blogs it is the Library's policy to publish postings in the original language only. An equal number of blog posts are published in both Welsh and English, but they are not the same postings. For a translation of the blog readers may wish to try facilities such as Google Translate.

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