|Archaeology in North Wales|
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A history of a local archaeological site. Would be of use to Tourists and schools and persons interested in local history.
Gwynedd Young Archaeologists Club
The Gwynedd Young Archaeologists’ Club is a branch of the National Young Archaeologists’ Club. The Club is open to all children between the ages of 8-16 years. If you are interested in archaeology and want to discover more about the archaeology of the area, learn new skills and make new friends, this is the Club for you.
Gwynedd Archaeological Trust
The Trust was formed in 1974 as an educational charity to inform the public on archaeological matters, to respond to increasing threats to the archaeology of the area, and to educate in the broadest sense. It now offers a wide range of archaeological services and has a depth of local knowledge about the archaeology and historic landscapes of north-west Wales.
The Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust
We are one of the four Welsh Archaeological Trusts working to help protect, record and interpret all aspects of the historic landscape. Find out about archaeology in central and north eastern Wales by browsing through our website. You are sure to find something of interest - whether you are a professional, amateur or student archaeologist, a farmer, a site developer, a pupil or teacher at school, a tourist or just interested in your local archaeology and history.
Ancient Footprints Limited
Ancient Footprints is a unique tour company developed by two professional archaeologists to promote the archaeology of the island of Anglesey. Drawing on our extensive local knowledge, we provide holidays and short breaks with a difference.
Royal Commission on the Ancient & Historical Monuments of Wales
The Royal Commission is the investigating body and national archive for the historic environment of Wales. It has the lead role in ensuring that Wales\' archaeological, built and maritime heritage is authoritatively recorded and understood, and seeks to promote appreciation of this heritage nationally and internationally.
Cadw is a Welsh word which means \'to keep\'. Cadw\'s mission is to protect, conserve, and to promote an appreciation of the built heritage of Wales. The full title of the organization is Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments Executive Agency, and it is a part of the National Assembly for Wales. Created in 1984, Cadw carries out the complete range of responsibilities for the conservation, presentation, and promotion of the built heritage of Wales on behalf of the National Assembly for Wales.
Wirral & North Wales Field Archaeology
We are a locally based archaeology group. Always on the look out for new sites and new members! If you fancy a \"dig\" or would like us to \"dig\" on your property, let us know!
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