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Recent work in southern Powys

The Bronze Age standing stone at Penmyarth.  It is known locally as the Fish Stone because of its shape Nigel Jones of CPAT's Field Services and Contracts team enthralled a 30 stong audience, at the 29th May meeting of the Llangynidr Local History Society, with his talk about some of our recent work in Brecknock. Topics ranged from the Trust's on-going surveys of prehistoric funerary and ritual monuments, prehistoric round huts, and defended enclosures and excavation work at the nearby Penygaer Roman fort to historic landscape characterization and building recording at Spite Inn Farm on the Sennybridge military range.

Chris Martin, May 2008

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