Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust

ARCHAEOLOGY | HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT | PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT .

PROJECTS

Though outreach and engagement is a core art of every project we undertake here at CPAT, some of our projects have a primary aim of engaging with the community or focusing on outreach. Here are some of our recent and ongoing community-focused projects.

Unloved Heritage

Unloved Heritage? is  a programme of community archaeology activities designed to engage, enthuse and inspire young people throughout Wales to get involved with their local heritage. CPAT’s theme is “Rural Wales after the combustion engine.”
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Pentre Ffwrndan

A Cadw funded community excavation at Pentre Ffwrndan, a Roman occupation and metalworking site in Flintshire. CPAT Excavated here in 2017 and 2018 – find out how the local community got involved in our work!
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Your Community – Historic Settlements

A study of historic settlements throughout Clwyd-Powys, broken down by historic county, with detailed study of each town and village. Explore your locality’s medieval settlement history!
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North East Wales Community Archaeology 

The North-east Wales Community Archaeology project, initiated in 2013-14 with grant aid from Cadw, undertakes volunteer and education-oriented, archaeology-based tasks in the former Clwyd region.
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Announcement:
During the current Coronavirus/Covid-19 situation our offices are closed. We are also not undertaking any fieldwork or public events at this time. The office telephone numbers are not being monitored so please contact by email (trust@cpat.org.uk) in the first instance, or if you have the mobile number of your team contact, then by all means call them directly. We hope that normal service will resume soon. In the meantime please stay safe and well.