The 2018 Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Archaeology Day will reveal fresh findings from some of the area’s well-known historic monuments, as well as information on newly discovered sites.
The event, which has been organised by Planed in partnership with the National Park Authority, will be held at Pembrokeshire College’s Merlin Theatre from 9.30am-4pm on Saturday 17 November.
The 16th annual Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Archaeology Day will take place on Saturday 17 November from 9.30am-4pm.
National Park Authority Community Archaeologist, Delun Gibby said: “The Archaeology Day will offer people the chance to hear presentations that mark the centenary of the end of the First World War as well as new discoveries made earlier this year during the long period of dry weather.
“The range of knowledgeable speakers at the event, which will be chaired by Heather James, will include Dr Toby Driver, Dr Chris Caple, Prof Mike Parker Pearson and Alice Pyper. Half of the tickets have gone already so make sure to book early to avoid disappointment.”
Tickets for the event are £20 per person and £17 for students. To book a place, please contact Oriel y Parc via 01437 720392 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on this and all other National Park Authority events, visit www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/events.
Published 18 October 2018