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Schools:

The house is spectacular and our workshops were just amazing. The children and staff thoroughly enjoyed every moment. Castle Park Primary School

It was very interesting and we really enjoyed the visit. Sainte-Therese School

Children really enjoyed their visit. Thanks to all the staff for answering all the challenging questions so well. Ysgol Gwaun y Nant

…how much our pupils enjoyed the trip to the Manor House. The staff were superb and very supportive of the needs of our boys. Gowerton School

A short email to thank all the manor house staff for our trip….the pupils loved the tour, making plague bags was a real bonus…both staff and pupils thoroughly enjoyed the 17th century surgery talk. Cymer Afan School

Our KS2 children had a fantastic time at Llancaiach Fawr today. Baglan Primary School.

Thank you ever so much for a wonderful day! We learnt so much that will help with our topic! Diolch yn Fawr from year 4-6. Eagleswell Primary School

We will be back good folk…we had a great time. Thank you. St Mary’s CIW School

Colleges:

Thank you for a very interesting event. Thoroughly enjoyed. Hair and Beauty Dept. Merthyr Tydfil College

Adult learner groups:

The Welsh U3A group had a really good day… Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it and also found it very informative and the tour itself was outstandingly good. M Williams

I have to say how much I enjoyed the visit! The house is very well ‘presented’ and the day was made by Elizabeth Proude and Bryn Lllewelyn etc who delivered their information with great ‘acting’ and humour. Even the most obscure question obtained a very convincing off the cuff rely. B Lewis Neath U3A

I would like to thank you for your personal touch in dealing with our group. The on board coach briefing was excellent and the group were greatly impressed by the staff in the house itself.  The life in the house in the mid 1600’s was a talking point by many on the return journey which is a credit to the standard of live interpretation presentation by the ‘servants’. Friends of Carmarthen County Museum