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Cynon Valley Museum Sets Reopening Date

The Cynon Valley Museum Trust following the end of Wales’ second lockdown has set a proposed opening date for the museum for Saturday 21st November, marking an important point in the museum’s journey towards reopening.   Reopening Cynon Valley Museum As we monitor the current pandemic climate, the museum will temporarily function in a different […]

Drawing With Carrie Francis

Drawing with Carrie Francis Join artist Carrie Francis on the 19th November at 2pm for a live 20 minute workshop on continuous line drawing. Join in from home, or just sit back relax and enjoy the demonstration. There will be a question and answer session at the end of ask Carrie all the questions you […]

Trustees Week at Cynon Valley Museum

“Over One Million Trustees” Across United Kingdom there are 196,000 charities, every single one of them requires trustees. There are over one million trustees in the United Kingdom. Trustees are crucial to charities, giving their time voluntarily to ensure the smooth running of charitable organisations such as the Cynon Valley Museum. Did you know that […]

The Sunflower Lanyard Scheme

At Cynon Valley Museum, we pride ourselves on creating an environment accessible for all. On 9th November 2019, we launched the Sunflower Lanyard Scheme, which aims to create a safe and welcoming environment for all visitors.     The Sunflower Lanyard Scheme helps to create awareness for individuals with ‘hidden disabilities.’ These hidden disabilities include […]

Covid 19 Update from Cynon Valley Museum

The Cynon Valley Museum in light of Welsh government announcements today (19th October) will continue to remain closed. We are constantly assessing the situation and will reopen when it is safe and sustainable to do so. Understandably we are currently not able to give a specific date due to the complex and constantly changing environment […]

Postcard to the Museum

Get your pens and pencils ready! Big Draw is back! As part of the Big Draw Festival 2020 we are this October, asking you to send postcards to the museum. Design your own postcard showing your favourite things from the Cynon Valley. From butterflies and bees, to wind turbines and mountains What will you draw? For […]

Cynon Valley Museum Postpones Reopening

The Cynon Valley Museum has made the difficult decision to postpone its reopening to help ensure the safety of the public, volunteers and staff. We have made this decision based on recent increase in the rate of people contracting Covid-19 in Rhondda Cynon Taf and the surrounding area. The museum will be ready to reopen […]

Cynon Valley Museum Sets Opening Date

The Cynon Valley Museum Trust has set a proposed opening date for the museum for Saturday 19th September, marking an important point in the museum’s journey towards reopening.   Reopening Cynon Valley Museum As we monitor the current pandemic climate, the museum will temporarily function in a different capacity to that which we all know and love.  […]

Cynon Valley Museum: Covid-19 Update

The Covid-19 pandemic has undoubtedly been the greatest challenge to the survival of the Cynon Valley Museum Trust. Our doors have been closed for almost 5 months and our income has dropped close to zero. During this time, our team have worked hard to continue public access through our online exhibition programme Exhibition at Home and […]

Cynon at Home: Sign up Now!

Its time to sign up and join Cynon Valley Museum in bringing history and art to your home! Join us over the next 8 weeks as we talk about local history, art and much more! Each week we will be joined by a guest speaker, who will be talking about a different subject related to […]

Outdoors Indoors: Episode Two of Cynon at Home

Outdoors Indoors celebrates Wales a “country opulent in dramatic backgrounds, glorious seascapes and beautiful countryside that demonstrates an extensive diversity covering forests, castles, rivers, caves and shores”. But what do you do when for no fault of your own, cannot access the beauty of Wales? Outdoors Indoors by Disability Arts Cymru (DAC) through the inaugural DAC Arts […]

Bringing the Museum into Your Home with Cynon Valley at Home

Cynon Valley Museum is bringing history and art to your home! Join us over the next 8 weeks as we talk about local history, art and much more! Each week we will be joined by a guest speaker. They will be talking about a different subject related to the museum and the Cynon Valley. With […]

Museum Manager

We’re recruiting! Would you like to lead the Cynon Valley Museum through the next stage of its development? As Museum Manager you will head up our dedicated team, working alongside the community to grow the Trust’s vision of an excellent, sustainable Museum for the community. The Cynon Valley Museum Trust is a registered charity (1161227) […]

Thank You Volunteers!

From campaigning to reopen the museum to embedding the museum in our community, volunteers have been essential, and we would like to say thank you to every single volunteer.

Framing Jewish Histories

Hi, I am Klavdija Erzen and I am the Project Manager for the Jewish History Association of South Wales (JHASW). JHASW was established in January 2018 to preserve the cultural heritage of the South Wales Jewish communities; to make these materials available in local archives and museums, and online; and to promote and raise awareness […]

Cynon Gyda’n Gilydd / Cynon Together

Launching a community memory project This year has tested our community, first by flooding, then by the spread of the Coronavirus. Our lives have changed and they may never be the same again. Throughout this our community has stayed strong, we have come together when we have needed each other most. We will always remember […]

UPDATE: Choronafeirws / Coronavirus

The Cynon Valley Museum Trust has, in the last week, taken the difficult decision to utilise the Government Job Retention Scheme (furlough) in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. As a young organisation, this emergency represents a real threat to the Museum’s survival. This decision, while difficult, is what we deem necessary to ensure the Museum […]

Choronafeirws / Coronavirus

The Cynon Valley Museum and Green Valley Kitchen will be closed from 4pm 18th March 2020, until further notice to reduce the spread of Coronavirus. The health of our staff, volunteers, visitors, and the wider community is our priority. All events for the next 12 weeks are cancelled. If you are attending an event at […]

“Worship” by Rach Wellbeing

The Cynon Valley Museum is delighted to bring to the museum “Worship” by Rach Wellbeing. This exhibition funded by Arts Council Wales, explores our relationship with the concept of “Worship” both religious and secular. Over the last six months Rach Wellbeing has worked with local community groups exploring what ‘Worship” means to people in the Cynon Valley today. The exhibition is a reflection […]

Holocaust Memorial Day 2020

On 28th January 2020, the Cynon Valley Museum Trust was proud to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2020, 75 years after the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1945. The Cynon Valley Museum worked closely with Pontypridd Museum, the Welsh Mining Experience at Rhondda Heritage Park, and local artist Catrin Doyle in the creation of two chandeliers to […]

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