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Alison James

Bronze Bell Wreck Dive

Bronze Bell Wreck Dive Bronze Bell Wreck Dive Filming dive diaries, looking out to the Bronze Bell site. CHERISH have commissioned MSDS Marine to undertake inspection, survey, investigation, recording and monitoring of the Bronze Bell wreck, a previously monitored and designated wreck site in Welsh waters. This project is taking the work of CHERISH under the water to the Bronze Bell protected wreck site. The work is building on previous survey undertake by recreational divers and other archaeological contractors with a five-day diving project taking place in September 2021.     The survey will seek to uncover any evidence of change to

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Aerial view of Ferriter’s Promontory Fort and Castle, where the CHERISH excavation will take place this summer.
Sandra Henry

Ferriters Castle & Promontory Fort Excavation

Introduction The CHERISH team plan to carry out archaeological excavations at Ferriter’s Castle and Promontory Fort once current restrictions allow. The site is located on the Ballyferriter Headland, Dingle peninsula in Co. Kerry. Doon Point (Dún an Fheirtéaraigh) is a

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Dan Hunt and Toby Driver surveying with the drone on Crocksydam headland (CHERISH Project 2020)
Toby Driver

Stacks, Cliffs and Cauldrons

‘The curved rampart fortifying it towards the land, stretched from this sheltered acclivity to the other side of the isthmus, where the cliffs are formidably precipitous, inclosing a very large space, in the centre of which the Cauldron yawns most

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