Senedd Member Paul Davies has recently visited Milford Haven Museum to learn more about the museum’s facilities and to hear about its plans for the future. The museum's exhibits deal with the maritime history of Milford Haven, its community, and its industries as well as current exhibits that consider the role that Milford Haven plays in supporting the world's energy demands. The Museum is in receipt of a two-year National Lottery Heritage Fund resilience grant which is inviting the public to work with the Museum in exploring its long term resilience and wider vision for a development as well as a small Welsh Museums Federation grant to work with young people to garner their views.
Mr Davies said, “It was a real pleasure to visit the museum and speak to Colin and Sue about how the museum is working with local partners and the local schools. It’s a really exciting time for the local area with the opening of Ty Hotel this Spring, which will have a positive knock-on effect on local attractions, and I know the museum is already developing some very interesting plans.”
“If you haven’t already visited the museum, then please make sure to do so - it’s an excellent affordable attraction and one which I have no doubt, will go from strength to strength in the future.”
Sue Davies, from Milford Haven Museum said, “Milford Haven Museum is very grateful to the National Lottery Heritage Fund for the two year resilience project funding through its exciting project Milford Haven Museum Future Ready to become more sustainable for the future. Plans are afoot to provide plenty of opportunities for people of all ages in the community to engage in fun and interesting events and activities in 2022 and 2023 and to become actively involved in the Museum's development. We are grateful to Paul Davies for taking the time and interest in visiting the Museum to highlight our exciting journey.”