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GGAT First World War Project: Visiting National Shipyard No.1, Chepstow

As part of GGAT’s First World War Project, our Senior Project Archaeologist, Johnny Crawford and Outreach Officer, Paul W Huckfield (wearing his Military Specialist hat) are visiting the site of the National Shipyard Number 1, at Chepstow this afternoon. 243 more words

Archaeological Posts

Caerleons lost Medieval bridge towers discovered by Archaeologists

The remains of Caerleons lost Medieval bridge towers have been discovered by GGAT Archaeologist today. The discovery was made during a Watching Brief for an extension at a property on Isca Road, Caerleon. 19 more words

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GGAT Half-Yearly Review

Want to know what GGAT have been doing over the past twelve months?  Now’s your chance to find out!

GGAT Half-Yearly Review online now. Visit… 7 more words

Archaeological Posts

Cwm Nash Cemetery, Vale of Glamorgan

Paul Huckfield, Arfordir Coastal Heritage project Co-ordinator and Rowena Hart, GGAT Projects, have been at Cwm Nash, Vale of Glamorgan this afternoon, filming with the BBC and ITV.  154 more words

Archaeological Posts

Ynysfach Ironworks site Online Now!

The ironworks of Merthyr Tydfil have often been described as the ´Engine of Empire´. You can now learn more about one of these important sites by visiting our new ‘ 27 more words

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CuSP is go!

A big thank you to everybody who came to our launch of CuSP (that’s the Copper Slag Project) on Monday night and showed so much enthusiasm for the project. 319 more words

Industrial Archaeology