Our latest blog is a guest contribution by Liam Affley, former Chairman of the Wales and the Marches Catholic History Society. It looks at The Marquess of Bute’s Translation of the Breviary.
The Catholic Breviary is the liturgical book containing the prayers, hymns, psalms and readings for the everyday use by bishops, priests and deacons.
Our May Newsletter has now been published
Our April Newsletter contained the following article:-
Beware of Fraudsters and Scammers: The Curious Case of the Splott Banker – Jon Roberts
Roath is a suburb of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. Our area of interest is not just Roath as we know it today but all areas that were in the ancient parish of Roath. That includes the suburbs of Adamsdown, Splott, Tremorfa, Pengam, Plasnewydd, Penylan, parts of Cathays and Cyncoed as well as Roath itself.
Our lively and interesting meetings are held at 7.30pm on the second Wednesday of the month from September through to May. See Programme for details.
We meet at St Edward’s church, Westville Road, Pen-y-lan, Cardiff. CF23 5DE.
Annual membership is just £10 (membership form) and visitors are welcome to attend any meeting for £2.
In June and July we undertake a series of trips to places of historic interest in both Cardiff and the wider South Wales area.
We are now over 40 years old. More information on our activities can be found on the Society page. A Short History of Roath Local History Society has also recently been added and can be found on the Society page.
We have published a number of books about Roath history. These together with links to other books of interest can be found on the Publications page.
On our Links page we have listed websites that ma be of interest to people studying local history in the Cardiff and surrounding areas.
In our Local History section we have started to assemble articles on a whole range of topics connected to the old parish of Roath.
Finally, we draw your attention to our Blog. We hope you enjoy the posts and having a wander around the website.
Thanks for visiting.