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Clare Lancaster

Grab your boots, bring a sense of adventure……and get digging!

Have you ever wanted to take part in an archaeological excavation? Finding buried treasure and learning about the past…. Following the success of the CHERISH community excavation at Caerfai Promontory Fort near St Davids in Pembrokeshire last year, the team are excited to offer another opportunity to investigate the site. Between September 3rd – 18th 2022 DigVentures are organising a second  season of excavation at Caerfai.  The field school will teach excavation skills, how to locate archaeological features and investigate the impacts of climate change.   The CHERISH project is offering 4 funded places for students aged 17+ interested in following

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CHERISH CLIMATE HERITAGE WALKS AND EVENTS

CHERISH CLIMATE HERITAGE WALKS AND EVENTS Explore climate change and archaeology at the edge of Wales This summer, join us to explore some of Wales’s most exciting, and vulnerable, coastal archaeology sites. CHERISH’s team of experts will be leading outreach

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Daniel Hunt

Excavation at coastal fort reveals its buried secrets

Last week saw the end of the first ever archaeological excavation to be carried out at the hugely important and National Trust owned prehistoric coastal fort of Dinas Dinlle. Archaeologists from the European-funded CHERISH Project and Gwynedd Archaeological Trust worked

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