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Festival of British Archaeology 2012
Running from 14th - 29th July 2012, the Festival of British Archaeology is the annual 'extravaganza of heritage events' coordinated by the Council for British Archaeology and is aimed at families across the UK. This year CPAT has three events during the Festival, details of which are below. Click here to see a selection of other activities planned around, and click here to search the CBA website for all FBA events across the UK.
Family Archaeology Day
Elan Valley Visitor Centre, Rhayader, Powys, LD6 5HP
Saturday 14th July
10am - 4pm
Pay & display car park
On Saturday 14th July, the Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust are joining forces with the Elan Valley Trust for a free activity day.
CPAT’s activities will include:
* Have a dig! Search for real finds from archaeological digs
* Reconstruct a broken pot from an archaeological dig
* Make and decorate a Celtic shield
* Make and decorate a brooch
* Colour, cut-out and dress a Roman soldier and a Celtic warrior
For further information and advice please contact Abi McCullough or Sophie Watson Tel. 01938 553670 or e-mail. email@example.com
Montgomery Castle Walk and Talk
Saturday 21st July
Meet in the castle car park
On Saturday 21st July, Jeff Spencer of CPAT will lead a guided walk of Montgomery Castle. Hear about its eventful history and some of the artefacts found there.
For further information and advice please contact Jeff Spencer Tel. 01938 553670 or e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hen Caerwys, Flintshire
Monday 16th - Saturday 28th July
This year we will be returning for a second season of excavations at Hen Caerwys, a fascinating deserted medieval settlement in Flintshire, with Cadw and a group of local volunteers. Click here to find out what was unearthed last year, and the progress of the ongoing project.
Visitors are welcome throughout the excavation. In addition there will be open days with guided tours on the following days:
Saturday 21st July - 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Click here for more details, including a map and notes for visitors.
For further information please contact Bob Silvester Tel. 01938 552035 or e-mail. email@example.com
For a look at other events planned around Wales follow this link
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