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Discover the Legacy of the First World War in Wales 1914-1919

The First World War was an overwhelming event which had widespread effects across Wales – no area was left untouched as the whole country… 154 more words

Archaeological Posts

Cruciform Heritage in Wales

The logo of Cadw incorporates the head of the eleventh century cross at Carew in Pembrokeshire. This cross has a Latin inscription linking it to Maredudd, ruler of Deheubarth. 52 more words

Heritage Organisations

Cadw: Heritage in Wales

I have been reviewing the use of social media with my heritage students. One of our favourites videos from a heritage organisation was from Cadw. Some of the classic abbeys and castles appear in the video as well as industrial archaeology such as Blaenavon ironworks. 6 more words

Heritage Organisations

MP ISSUES SOS TO FIND OWNER OF BLACKROCK JETTY

MONMOUTH MP David Davies has issued an SOS to try and find the owner of the stone jetty and slipway alongside the Severn Estuary at Blackrock. 338 more words

David Davies MP

2014 Half Yearly Review

The 2014 GGAT Half Year Review is online now. Learn all about the Cadw funded projects the Trust carried out during 2013-14. http://t.co/v8Xwg7E2kp

Archaeological Posts

Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site, Wales

The hills and valleys of South Wales are both beautiful and bleak. Centuries of industry, and mining in particular, have left abundant scars.

The Blaenavon Industrial Landscape… 487 more words

Travel

Oswin E. Craster and guidebooks

Oswin Edmund Craster (1916-2006) was appointed an Assistant Inspector to the Office of Works in 1938. After war service in the SOE (in France and Burma) [ 118 more words

Heritage Sites