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This blog brings together information about Cadw’s Neolithic projects in Wales.

Currently, the blog is focused on our Bryn Celli Ddu Public Archaeology Project, which will take place in June and July 2019. 

The blog started in 2011 at Tinkinswood Burial Chamber in the Vale of Glamorgan in south Wales, with a community archaeology project which explored the surrounding landscape features. Since then, a community excavation took place at St Lythans Burial Chamber close by, and a school outreach project called Make & Break traveled across Wales.

In 2013 & 2014, projects moved to Anglesey focusing on Bryn Celli Ddu and Barclodiad-y-Gawres passage tombs.

From 2015 onwards, a public archaeology project has been developed in the landscape around Bryn Celli Ddu. This blog is intended to provide updates on the excavations, through a dig diary, and also on our artist in residence programme, and digital outputs.



Mae’r blog yma yn cydlynnu gwybodaeth am prosiectiau Neolithig Cadw yng Nghymru.

Ar hyn o bryn, mae’r blog yn trafod ein prosiect ym Mryn Celli Ddu, sydd yn cymryd lle yn Mehefin a Gorffennaf 2019.

Fe ddechreuais y blog yma nol yn 2011 pan wnaethom ni gloddio at safle Tinkinswood yn Mro Morgannwg yn de Cymru, gyda prosiect archaeoleg cymunedol wnaeth archwilio y tirwedd lleol. Ar ol hynny, fe wnaeth prosiect archaeoleg cymunedol arall cymryd lle yn Llwyneliddon lawr y lon, gyda prosiect allestyn cymunedol i blant ysgol o’r enw Creu a Chracio, wnaeth teithio o amglych Cymru.

Yn ystod 2013 & 2014, fe wnaeth y sylw deithio i Ynys Mon, gyda prosiectiau yn cymryd lle yn Mryn Celli Ddu a Barclodiad-y-Gawres.




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