SCRAPBOOK: Collected by Llanddona W. I. to commemorate the W. I. Jubilee Year. Includes: A hand drawn plan of the village; population and other statistics; photo of Mrs Rowlands at her cottage door; Postcard of Carreg-y-Gwalch; the covered reservoir; cafe The Witches Den with proprietor Mrs Williams; Mrs Barclay, Queen of Llanddona; Gorslwyd corner; W.I. members visit to Penmynydd church; rabbits in pet's corner; Mrs M.E. Roberts; Mrs Dilworth; feeding pigeons in London and the pageant.
Scrapbook: Collected by Llanddona W. I. to commemorate the W. I. Jubilee Year
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Women's Institute movement originated in Canada in 1897. In 1915 the National Federation of Women's Institutes (NFWI) was founded in Britain, originally as part of the Agricultural Organisation Society (AOS). The first Institute was in Llanfairpwll, Anglesey. Individual Institutes are self-governing and are grouped into county federations which together make up the NFWI. The WI encourages women to participate in community life, cultural projects and public campaigns. The Anglesey Federation of Women's Institutes was formed in 1930 and became known as the Gwynedd - Isle of Anglesey Federation from 1974.
Dim cyfyngiadau/ No Restrictions
Adnau preifat / Private deposit.
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Other Finding Aids
Hard copies of the catalogue are available at Archifau Ynys Môn / Anglesey Archives and the National Register of Archives. It is the policy of Archifau Ynys Môn / Anglesey Archives to catalogue in the language of the document.
Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements
Cyflwr da / Good condition
Compiled by Helen Lewis for Archifau Ynys Môn / Anglesey Archives
Mae'r holl gofnodiadau sy'n cydymffurfio â pholisi casglu Swyddfa Gofnodi Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn wedi eu cadw /All records which meet the collection policy of the Anglesey Archives have been retained.
Ni ddisgwylir croniadau/Accruals are not expected