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Croeso! Professor Kate Clark

Kate Clark is a Visiting Professor of Heritage Valuation in the Suffolk Business School and part of the wider Heritage Futures team at UCS. She has been interviewed about her new role as Chief Executive of CADW for the Winter number of  44 more words

Heritage Organisations


We headed to the beautiful Castell Coch in South Wales. An enchanting Cadw fairytale castle nestled in ancient hillside woodland, this was the perfect setting for us to do some dragon hunting. 544 more words


Culture and poverty: can culture play a stronger role in delivering social justice in Wales?

11 November 2014

Article by Robin Wilkinson, National Assembly for Wales Research Service

In July 2013 the then Minister for Culture and Sport tasked Baroness Kay Andrews with investigating how culture and heritage bodies across Wales could contribute more effectively to reducing poverty. 771 more words


Diwylliant a thlodi: a all diwylliant chwarae rôl bwysicach wrth sicrhau cyfiawnder cymdeithasol yng Nghymru?

11 Tachwedd 2014

Erthygl gan Robin Wilkinson, Gwasanaeth Ymchwil Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

Ym mis Gorffennaf 2013, gofynnodd y Gweinidog Diwylliant a Chwaraeon ar y pryd i’r Farwnes Kay Andrews ymchwilio i sut y gallai cyrff diwylliant a threftadaeth ledled Cymru gyfrannu’n fwy effeithiol at leihau tlodi. 833 more words


Reconstructing Caerwent

Alan Sorrell’s reconstructions of archaeological sites are now well documented and formed an exhibition at the Sir John Soane’s Museum in London (2013/14). He seems to have been working on the reconstruction of the Roman town of Caerwent in the 1930s. 233 more words

Heritage Sites

Fireworks at the Castle

What a busy weekend we have had here. First off we had a Hallelujah Party on Friday night as an alternative to trick or treating then Saturday night saw the annual fireworks display at… 294 more words


Dancing with Death: Dolforwyn Dangers and the Cadw Twerk

I know, I know, more photographs of warning signs; and the same ones as I previously discussed for Dinefwr Castle. These signs are part of the heritage experience but also will be among the most prominent and lasting historic traces of our fascination with ruins and their dangers in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. 225 more words

Medieval Archaeology