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Capability Brown Pop up Exhibition

 The Capability Brown pop up exhibition as reported in the Bulletin is now available by clicking here.

 

WHGT at the Senedd

WHGT at the Senedd

Tuesday 8th November 9.30am-3.30pm

You can be there too!

senedd

 

Senedd welcomes the Wales Heritage Group

 “The Welsh Heritage Group is the voice of the independent heritage movement in Wales”

 

This is an opportunity to meet and talk with many of the organisations active in the conservation of the historic environment in Wales. The Wales Heritage Group will be exhibiting in the Neuadd at the Senedd; at an event sponsored by Ken Skates AM.

 

The Wales Heritage Group is an alliance of statutory consultees and voluntary national organisations active in the conservation of the historic environment in Wales.

 

Heritage is vital for social, economic, cultural and environmental wellbeing of people and communities in Wales. It is key in promoting sustainable development supporting wider regeneration, catalysing investment and enhancing skills for jobs. This will be an opportunity to learn about the work of independent heritage movement in Wales that are striving to support the protection and regeneration of much of Wales’ heritage.

 

CONTACT DETAILS

Anna Lermon

Tel: 07538 035 638

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Ice Houses of Wales

Ice Houses of Wales

 The Ice House at Mostyn

Can you help?
Can you contribute to The Welsh Ice-house Gazetteer

Please

a) check the accuracy of ice-house observations and the locations – are the descriptions and the map grid references correct?
b) Add any other examples, existing or to be found only on old maps, whether Ordnance Survey maps or estate maps and documents?
c) Can anyone remember an ice-house in use?

For New entries please complete the online form or send  the following details:

1.Name, civil community/parish, and National Grid Reference
2.Relation to and distance from house and possible source of ice (eg. 300m. NE of house by pond)
3.External appearance (eg. built into bank, earth-covered mound)
4.Internal appearance (eg. passage, doors, building materials, form and dimensions of ice-chamber, any drainage arrangements)
5.Condition
6.Any published references (eg. article, old OS map)
7.Name and address/contact details of recorder


Updated entries again use the online form or send the details
1.Name and location as above
2.Any information to be updated (eg. more detail, better description, change in condition, etc)
3.Name and address/contact details of recorder
Please, remember that most ice-houses are on private land, and many are extremely dangerous to examine. If the ice-house is not in your ownership, please ensure that you have permission to visit, that somebody knows you are going to do so, and preferably be accompanied.
Information can be sent to


Dr Eurwyn Wiliam
42 St Fagans Drive
St Fagans
Cardiff CF5 6EF.