Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru / The National Library of Wales
Culturenet Cymru celebrates the heritage and culture of Wales on the web. Working with heritage bodies, community groups and education institutions across Wales Culturenet offers a range of innovative online projects.
We are a not-for-profit company based at The National Library of Wales and are funded by the Welsh Assembly Government.
Our projects have a firm emphasis on lifelong learning and social inclusion, and our aim is to produce high-quality online resources that explore and promote the heritage and culture of Wales.
Our current projects include Gathering the Jewels (www.gtj.org.uk), Community Archives Wales (www.ourwales.org.uk) and From Warfare to Welfare (www.eged-cymru.com)
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From Warfare to Welfare
The Intergenerational Digital Storytelling Project - 'Maes y Gad i Les y Wlad' (From Warfare to Welfare) is an extension of the project Their Past Your Future. This is an unique opportunity for school pupils and the older generation to work together to create digital stories in order to enrich the pupils' experience and understanding of the period 1939-1959.
Gathering the Jewels
Your key to exploring the heritage and culture of Wales. With over 30,000 images from 130 museums, archives and libraries across Wales where better to start your journey through the history and heritage of Wales? Browse our comprehensive and varied subjects or search for your hometown on our interactive map and unlock the jewels in your area.
Houses and Households in Wales and the Iron Age
Houses and Households in Wales in Tudor and Stuart Times
Houses and Households in Wales in Victorian Times
Community Archives Wales
Digital community archives are collections of material in private hands that have been digitised and interpreted by community groups, enabling the communities to present their own history in their own words. Community Archives Wales (CAW) is a 15-month pilot project to enable eleven groups within Communities First areas throughout Wales to create their own digital archives and share them on the CAW website.