Latest archaeological report from DR. IAN BROOKS now available. Roll up, roll up. (Well, I’m fascinated anyway!). For those who share my enthusiasm, Ian will be monitoring all works and recording anything interesting which may turn up during the renovation phases. At the end of the project (!) he will produce a final report and the whole lot will be published in some learned magazine or other. But no-one need wait – they are, and will, all be available from the Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales website – the links to which are on this site under “Archaeological”. The link to the latest report deposited with the RCAHW is also noted below.
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