Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust


Ian Grant MCIfA


Ian has worked for CPAT for over 15 years, having previously worked for a variety of archaeological organisations in both England and Wales. Ian is primarily responsible for the delivery and management of commercial field projects, and has an excellent track record of handling large and complex infrastructure projects such as mineral extraction and road schemes. Ian has also managed a series of Cadw-funded projects, most recently focussing on Offa’s and Wat’s Dykes and on high-status defended sites in north-east Wales. With a passion for communicating the past, Ian gives regular talks about CPAT’s work and is also a leading member of a medieval re-enactment group who work all over the UK.

Selected publications

Jones, N. and Grant, I. 2013. ‘Excavations on the Forden Gaer to Caersws Roman Road 2009’. Montgomeryshire Collections 101, 1-18.

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