CAER Heritage

CAER Heritage volunteers mark out the remains of an Iron Age roundhouse

CAER Heritage volunteers mark out the remains of an Iron Age roundhouse

ACE have teamed up with archaeologists from Cardiff University, local residents and local schools to start the Caerau And Ely Rediscovering (CAER) Heritage Project.   The aim of the project is to explore the history and archaeology of the Cardiff suburbs of Caerau and Ely from prehistory through to the modern day, helping to connect communities with their heritage and develop educational opportunities.

The CAER Heritage Project runs all sorts of activities, many focussed around the magnificent Caerau Iron Age hillfort where we hold annual archaeological excavations with the full involvement of local people – For more information visit www.caerheritageproject.com

In 2014 the CAER Heritage Project was the overall winner of the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement’s prestigious Engage awards.

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