UC&R Wales – Visit to St. Deiniols Library & Chester Cathedral Library

Tuesday 25th August 2009
Programme:
11.00 am to Noon – guided tour St. Deiniols Library, Hawarden. A minibus is available from Wrexham Station to St. Deiniols if required
Noon – minibus transportation to Chester city centre with ample time for lunch
2.00 – 3.00pm – guided tour of Chester Cathedral Library by the Cathedral Librarian

St Deiniol’s Library has been recognised as the most important research library and collection in Wales after the National Library of Wales. The Library boasts an outstanding collection of more than 250,000 books, journals and pamphlets on a wide range of subjects but specialises in Theology and Victorian Studies. At the heart of the Library is Gladstone’s own collection of over 32,000 items.
http://www.st-deiniols.com/the-library/the-library.htm

Chester Cathedral has a rich and fascinating heritage. It is a living community of prayer and worship, a centre of excellence in Church Music, and plays a key role for the Christian community across Chester, the Wirral and Cheshire.
http://www.chestercathedral.com/index.asp

Cost £15.00 per delegate including tours and minibus transport from Wrexham to St. Deiniols and Chester.

To reserve a place, contact:  Nicola Watkinson
Tel 01978 293338 e-mail nicolaw@glyndwr.ac.uk

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