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    Apothecary Anecdotes: Acker Bilk and the Wooden Cash Register

    Even the wooden cash register has a story to tell.

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    Apothecary Anecdotes: Carmarthen, Enrico Caruso, and a modern Welsh singer

    A packet of cough lozenges leads Bob to discover a link between the Great Caruso and a pharmacy in Carmarthen.

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    Apothecary Anecdotes: Some Soap and a Castle in Wales

    Bob’s third anecdote links Pears soap to a Welsh icon

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    Apothecary Anecdotes: MIST.ADT. and a pharmacist called Morton

    An hilarious revelation of the meaning of a bottle label

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    Apothecary Anecdotes: Doctor Quicksilver, a castaway and an English pub with a Welsh name

    Our Apothecary’s Hall volunteer Bob begins a rich treasure trove of stories about our medicinal collections

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    Middleton Memories

    In May of this year, to coincide with Local History Month, the Regency Restoration Project , in conjunction with People’s Collection Wales ran a month long event to capture  lots more stories and memories of those who used to live and work on the Middleton Hall Estate during the 1930s – 1990s. This built on […]

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