Mon07Jun2021Tue21Sep2021ITV Wales Online
Sean Fletcher continues his journey along the Wales-England border, following the Offa’s Dyke Path.
He crosses the world’s highest canal aqueduct, explores North Wales on horseback and discovers the secrets of an iron age hill fort from Archaeologist and North East Wales Heritage Forum Steering Group Member Fiona Gale MBE
Sun04Jul2021Sat31Jul202110 am - 4 pmGreenfield Valley Heritage Park, Greenfield, FlintshireGreenfield Valley Heritage Park is holding a 'Festival of Archaeology' during July, including a month long exhibition, '100 years of excavations in Flintshire' subtitled 'Swords to Bones', plus two other events: A guided tour of Wat's Dyke, with new information from recent excavations, and the 'Basingwerk experience' including a short award winning film. This is in conjunction with the national Council for British Archaeology event Festival of Archaeology.
We hope to further our amazing Heritage in North East Wales, particularly to the general public, who, so often, our unaware of the treasures on our doorstep. Further information can be found at the websites: http://greenfieldvalley.com/events/ and http://festival.archaeologyuk.org
Sat14Aug2021Sat11Sep2021The Ceiriog Memorial Institute, High Street, Glyn CeiriogThe Ceiriog Memorial Institute in Glyn Ceiriog will be holding 'Open Doors' events on Saturdays 14th and 28th August, and the 4th and 11th of September between 1.00 - 4.00pm.All welcome, free entry, guided tours provided (with all relevant Covid regulations applicable).https://www.facebook.com/newhf/posts/the-ceiriog-memorial-institute-in-glyn-ceiriog-is-pleased-to-re-open-its-doors-f/2723134434572725/For further information email email@example.com