Cadw


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Cadw

‘Keep’, the historic environment agency within the Welsh Assembly government. It is charged with protecting conserving and promoting appreciation of the Welsh built heritage. It manages Welsh monuments in state care. See also HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND MONUMENTS COMMISSION FOR ENGLAND; ROYAL COMMISSION ON THE ANCIENT AND HISTORICAL MONUMENTS OF SCOTLAND.
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But the Welsh ancient monument body's decision came under fire from local dignitaries connected with ancient fort who accused Cadw of a knee jerk reaction.
For details on Cadw events visit www.cadw.wales.gov.uk?
Cadw's education workshops are held at Castell Coch, Caerphilly Castle and Blaenavon Ironworks.
Flintshire county councillor for Flint Ian Roberts had criticised Cadw's decision to close the castle as out of proportion and said the general public were being punished for the actions of a minority.
Cadw is claiming that the archaeology at Parc Glyndwr does not extend into the adjoining field - as if the prehistoric landscape ended at a modern hedge - that is absolutely ludicrous.
Coed Cadw is currently campaigning to save a number of threatened sites, including Leadbrook Wood between Northop and Flint where the A55 link road is planned.
A Cadw spokesman said: "We are already considering how the bilingual experience can be improved next Christmas."
For full Easter event listings, visit www.gov.wales/cadw, find Cadw on Facebook or follow @CadwWales on Twitter.
Through Cadw, the Welsh Government has a dynamic vision for a historic environment which plays its part in conserving and interpreting our history for visitors and residents alike and which supports the economy both directly by providing jobs and indirectly by attracting tourists to the country.
Lucy O'Donnell, Assistant Director of Public Engagement and Governance for Cadw says: "We were delighted when we received the call from Carl telling us he had taken on the challenge to visit all of our visitor sites.
Proactive patrols are being carried out by officers, in partnership with Cadw and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, at other sites of historic importance to ensure no further damage is caused elsewhere.
To celebrate, Cadw is hosting a Baby Dragon Birthday Party atCaerphilly Castleon May 30 and May 31, complete with party games, face-painting, dragon storytelling and a bouncy castle.