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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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Thankfully CADW have taken the steps necessary to list the station with immediate effect.
We want everyone to benefit from trees," said Angharad Evans, of Coed Cadw.
It is also important to remember that 96 of the 129 Cadw sites are free to access.
By using examples of good practice Cadw hopes to demonstrate the historic environment need not be excluded from actions to secure a more sustainable future.
Coed Cadw is working to engage owners of ancient woodland sites in three priority areas in Mid Wales, Clwyd and Powys.
A spokesman for Cadw said: "The proposed price of admission to Cadw sites remains modest in comparison with similar iconic attractions in Wales.
Cadw can only make an assessment on the site's architectural merits and cannot take any economic considerations into account.
Jerry Langford, Director, Wales Coed Cadw (the Woodland Trust)
Cadw, together with its partner organisations, is hosting a series of special events across Wales, ranging from military displays, excavation open days, heritage arts and crafts, Victorian expeditions and medieval mystery days.
Volunteers planted around 100 native trees, provided by Coed Cadw, as part of a programme of work that aims to improve access and signage, clear litter, and restore a footpath down to the River Soch.
If the amount of land available for sale for redevelopment is significantly reduced by a decision of Cadw to list the main site it would need a greater financial contribution from the BBC's budget, which in the current climate might not be forthcoming and would then put the whole project in jeopardy.
This year Cadw is planning to furnish and redecorate parts of Oxwich Castle in Elizabethan style so that visitors can get a taste of what it was like to live in the Mansel household.