The Associated Sites section of the website lists other Museums and historical groups that are sponsored by or affiliated with Barry War Museum. Each groups website or Facebook page can be accessed via this page. The page also includes sites that are not associated with the Museum but have some historical significance to the Barry area.
Any information relating to Presentations, Lectures or Talks taking place at Barry War Museum can be found via this link: Presentations. Presentations at the Museum relate to WW1, WW2 and peoples general experiences during both conflicts. The Presentation section also includes some information relating to past presentations.
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Testimonials can be found via this link: Testimonials. The testimonials page contains information relating to people's experiences during the war. If you would like to contribute to the Testimonials page, people contact the Museum either via email or in person.
Letters Home, is a short film created by Barry War Museum member Jacqueline Swift. The film focuses on three Wales Borderer's who, whilst waiting to go over the top on the first day of the Somme, write what could be their final letters home. More information relating to the film can be found on the page itself.
The Museum is currently open Wednesday and the second Sunday of the month. As per usual access to the museum is free however parking is limited so anyone interested is advised to come early. The Museum is based in Barry Heritage Railway Station, so visiting by train is the easiest method.
The Eileen Younghusband Memorial Page is a page dedicated to former Barry War Museum contributor and writer Eileen Younghusband, whom sadly passed away in 2016, aged 95. Eileen gave numerous talks and presentations at the Museum and across the country. The page contains information relating to her life and links to other sites that contain more information relating to Eileen's career.
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