For the last several years the Friends of St Julitta’s have presented a summer exhibition in Capel Curig, basically looking at different aspects of local history in the immediate area and wider in the Snowdonia National Park. The exhibitions aim at bringing to light previously unknown or neglected aspects of local culture, history and the environment. Research for the exhibition is undertaken as a communal activity, which has helped increase awareness of the rich local environment. The exhibitions are bilingual.


2002 Herbert North, his Life and Work.


2003 Evan Roberts, Quarryman and Botanist


2004 Capel Curig, Two Hundred Years of Mountaineering


2005 Poems of Snowdonia, Descriptions and Illustrations of a selection of poems


2006 Eryri to the Himalayas – a Mountaineering Story


2007 Dyffryn Mymbyr – Portrait of a Valley


2008 The Slate Quarries & Mines of Capel Curig


2009 Church and Chapels in Capel Curig


2010 Impressions of Snowdonia -

         an interpretation by 3 artists


2012  Water, Water Everywhere


2014 The First World War – A Great War?


2015  Cipolwg ar a Ffabric - A Glimpse at the Fabric.


2016 John Disley, CBE, The Man Who Got  the Nation Running.


An available resource:


In 2007 we changed the format of the exhibitions, using a more expensive computer generated digital reproduction system.  This does make them easily transportable and available to a wider public. We now seek to outreach our exhibitions to other galleries and centres. Each exhibition consists of 12 A1 panels which can be simply mounted on standard commercial display systems. An additional panel explains a little about the Friends of St Julitta’s.


Listed below are the exhibitions which are available to loan:


Dyffryn Mymbyr – Portrait of a Valley


The Slate Quarries & Mines of Capel Curig


Church and Chapels in Capel Curig


There is no fixed charge for loaning the exhibitions but the Friends would be more than happy to receive a small donation for the loan.


For further details please contact Harvey Lloyd


Exhibitions, past and present

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