Victoria Welsh Society Newsletter
The Society produces a number of newsletters throughout the year.
Designed as energizers, they cover the Society's activities, local
events, selected Welsh news items and other topics that advance the
Society's mandate. Newsletters are received by either electronic or
February 2017 Newsletter
Archived newsletters are listed below (oldest at
June 2016 Newsletter
December 2015 Newsletter
December 2014 Newsletter
July 2014 Newsletter
December 2013 Newsletter
July 2013 Newsletter
December 2012 Newsletter
July 2012 Newsletter
February 2012 Newsletter
October 2011 Newsletter
May 2011 Newsletter
November 2010 Newsletter
August 2010 Newsletter
April 2010 Newsletter
April 2008: St.
David Remembered, Summer Programme, News from Wales, in the
November 2007: President's Report; from golf to eco-tourism; a memorable climb up Snowdon; Christmas challenge.
September 2007: Turbulent turbines; good gossip; a cultural 'ear to the ground'; looking back.
June 2007: Reflections on connections; a 'must visit' list; Problems with leeks; an historic drover's house.
April 2007: Dewi Sant in Victoria and Penticton; living history - reminiscences; Welsh lovespoons; Wales-California connection.
2007: Christmas party, Various letters, theatre trip review, N.A. Festival of Wales, Welsh lovespoons, President's report, Membership renewal.
November 2006: Note on the AGM, selection of delectable Welsh rarebits, Language and Life, the Society's profile, recipe.
July 2006: Recent developments; cakes, kayaks and conversations; holidaying on a Welsh canal; poverty vs prosperity in Wales.
May 2006: Eisteddfod chair to be returned to Bagillt; names and games; hiking in S.W. Wales; aspects of social life in rural Wales Part III; churches and ministers.
April 2006: St. David's banquet - reviews; the changing demography of Wales; aspects of social life in rural Wales Part II; wired, wise and Welsh; the Art of Baragami.
February, March 2006: Parties and plays; Welsh rarebits; "A
Taste of Wales" - Haydn's homage to Dylan Thomas; aspects of social
life in rural Wales Part. I.
January, February 2006: Christmas lunch review; singers and
actors; Tryweryn; Welsh influences.