Here in the small Welsh village of Llanystumdwy, the ambitious, energetic and intensely political David Lloyd George grew up. From such humble beginnings, the renowned statesman began a remarkable journey to become Prime Minister.

Now, 100 years later, the Friends of the Lloyd George Museum in Llanystumdwy have launched a fundraising appeal to develop the museum in commemoration of the centenary of Lloyd George’s premiership.

A variety of new projects and exhibits are planned, as well as a programme of events and activities in Llanystumdwy, London and nationwide. They will be held from December 2016 onwards to celebrate the centenary of Lloyd George’s time as Prime Minister.

The appeal will help secure a successful future for the museum and all the work we do in preserving and sharing the life and times of this great man.


More about the Centenary Appeal


Find out more about the exciting events, activities and developments that are proposed as part of the Lloyd George Premiership Centenary Appeal.

About the Appeal

About the Museum


The Lloyd George Museum and Highgate is a great place to visit. Discover the remarkable life and times of one of Britain’s greatest leaders.

Learn more about our work

Become a Friend


Help support the Appeal and the Museum by becoming a Friend. As well as information about the Appeal, Friends receive complimentary museum access and free invites to special events.

Friends of the Lloyd George Museum