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Welcome to the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Website

Gwynedd Archaeological Trust was formed in 1974 as an educational charity to inform the public on archaeological matters, to respond to increasing threats to the archaeology of the area and to educate in the broadest sense.

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News and Events

The latest news and forthcoming events that Gwynedd Archaeological Trust are involved with.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What would you like to do on the site today? Visit the FAQs page for links to the sections that are most frequently used on the website.

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Gwynedd Archaeological Trust celebrates 40 years

The Trust is delighted to announce that on 13 May 2014 it was 40 years since its formation.

 

 

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Arfordir - Coastal Heritage

Arfordir (Welsh for coastline) is a project which aims to record, understand and monitor changes in the coastal heritage of Wales.

Many of the features associated with our coastal heritage are now under threat from pressures placed on the coastline by rising sea levels, climate change and the resulting erosion. The Arfordir project was set up so that volunteers and professional archaeologists can work together to identify and record these sites before they are damaged or lost forever.

To find out more visit our Arfordir pages >>

 


 

Gwynedd Archaeological Trust
Craig Beuno, Garth Road, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2RT
+44 (0)1248 352535
gat@heneb.co.uk