A shocking time at the Ponty Museum and Hannah is a Girl Guide.
As our time was nearing the end we thought we should pop into the Ponty Museum. We wandered down the hill and through town to get to the large stone building that used to be a church.
There was a school group in the downstairs part, so we started upstairs, in what used to be the balcony seating.
We read about the railway station, the longest in Wales and possibly the UK.
We were all excited to show Dan this photo. He L O V E S a good organ.
Ponty used to have shipbuilding and so this was the first piece of chain made and used on a ship. I think. Ask Asher, he'll remember.
The ceiling of the building was lovely.
Look, Margaret, I found some quoits!
And being Wales, there was a model of a male Welsh choir.
The class left the downstairs so we headed down to explore. It was all about electricity. We found it to be very illuminating but not too shocking (see what I did there).
Asher tried out a tens machine.
Hannah tried to solve a circuit problem.
It was pretty fun trying out all the electricity things.
That evening Hannah had guides, and it was a special evening for her and a few other guides. They were being sworn in as guides. We were invited and we couldn't wait to watch.
It was pretty cool and she got a badge. She had made some friends and they were so kind and supportive of her. They had dinner a couple of times together which was pretty cool. Well done Hannah, we were so proud of you.