Fri05Jun2020Mon31Aug2020The Vale of Llangollen
A BBC Cymru short video
Explore North East Wales is a series of digital trails developed by local communities across Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham to encourage you to explore this fascinating area.
Each trail highlights what is special in the area and is packed with photos and stories as well as fun features such as slider puzzles, word searches and selfie frames.
To download the app search for North East Wales in the App Store or Google Play.
Scan the below code to download the free North East Wales Digital Trails app and then search the list of locations for the town of interest.
The Council for British Archaeology has been dedicated to publishing the best in British archaeology for more than 60 years and we continue to make archaeological research widely available. Many of our publications have been available to download through the Archaeological Data Service (ADS) but we have decided that we will temporarily make all of our publications available to download for free.
Please visit https://new.archaeologyuk.org/books-and-publications
What is Dig School?
- By Professor Carenza Lewis (University of Lincoln and TV’s ‘Time Team’) with the Council for British Archaeology
- Engaging enquiry-based learning-enrichment workshops themed around archaeology
- Free for secondary school learners looking for something different during COVID-19
Dig School is a new online programme of lively extra-curricular in-school and home-school based workshops themed around archaeology.
Week by week, participants can enjoy developing new knowledge, ideas and transferable skills for life and learning, including excavation.
Dig School is offered in summer term 2020 to support educators delivering engaged learning during the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more in the FAQ’s.
The North East Wales Heritage Forum is a member of the British Association for Local History.
In these unprecedented times when routine history society events and public meetings cannot be held, readers might like to visit the BALH site where several ten minute talks can be accessed online under the news section.