Lloyd George and Spanish Flu

In 1918 the world was on its knees, after 4 years of war, the strain of H1N1 flu came as a shadow over the world. Known as the Spanish flu, because Spanish journalists unlike most in the world were reporting the disease and deaths, this was the most serious pandemic since the Black Death. 11… Read more »

Supplier of the Month: Intro

Hi! I’m Gwenno and this is my first post here. I’m from Gwynedd and am currently in my 3rd year of studying History and Archaeology at Bangor University, so I have a big interest in medieval history. I’ve recently been on a Work Placement at Storiel as I have a big interest in local history… Read more »

Spring Half Term

Half term has arrived, we were delighted to see so many kids in the Storiel today, making crafts for Dydd Gwyl Dewi, enjoying ice lollies in the cafe, and doing the Miri treasure trail around the museum

Changeover time!

New year, new exhibitions! Its changeover time at Storiel so two of our galleries are out of action temporarily, but don’t worry, our fascinating exhibition exploring gender, ‘Button it up’ is still on show for visitors, as are all the history galleries, shop and cafe. We’re really looking forward to the new exhibitions, ‘Celebrating 50… Read more »

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