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The end of the beginning

12 January 2018|News|

Janus, the Roman god has two faces; one that looks backward at the year that has passed and another that stares into the future. January is an appropriate time to look back and to look ahead, to reflect on Confluence and the experimental programme of arts-led regeneration in Haverfordwest. A time to review what has [...]

A centre worth searching for…

15 February 2017|Janetka Platun, News, Searching for the Centre|

Saturday 21st January saw a unique event unfold in Haverfordwest. The art performance, 'Where's the Centre please?', was devised by artist Janetka Platun as part of her work on our current commission 'Searching for the Centre.' Four women, wearing authentic 19th century Llangwm fisherwomen's clothes, walked into the town from four starting locations in the north, [...]

Re-wilded

11 January 2017|Changing perceptions, Support for art and regeneration, The story so far, Tom Moses, Walks|

The weather was unseasonable warm and fine for a day out in the woods, getting close to nature and practising bushcraft skills in a beautiful spot, along the of the river Cleddau The second in a series of Autumn walks, 'Re-Wild' set out to explore the natural and ecological landscape of the river meadows  at Lower [...]

How did we get here?

8 January 2017|Changing perceptions, Support for art and regeneration, The Big Map, The story so far, Walks|

A geocaching and mapping game led by Haverfordwest town councillor, Jon Collier. . How do we get here?’ was the third in a series of Autumn walks  organised as part of the Lab’s programme for arts and regeneration in Haverfordwest.  Each guided walk aimed to give local people and visitors direct experience of the natural landscape within walking [...]

The Big Model Open Days

8 August 2016|Changing perceptions, Haverfordwest Festival Week, News, Projects, The Big Map, The story so far|

Over a hundred people engaged with the Big Model during Festival week in Haverfordwest. In a series of informal consultations we asked curious passers-by  to mark their favourite spots in town on the model, and  to explore the model's interactive features They told us what they loved about Haverfordwest (and what they didn't) and what they would change if they could. [...]