Ffurfiwyd Ymddiriedolaeth Archaeolegol Gwynedd yn 1974. Mae’n elusen addysgol yn ogystal â chwmni cyfyngedig. Nod yr Ymddiriedolaeth yw hybu’r gwaith o addysgu’r cyhoedd am archaeoleg. Mae’r Ymddiriedolaeth yn cynnig gwybodaeth, cyngor a chefnogaeth i’r sectorau cyhoeddus a phreifat, ysgolion a’r cyhoedd – yn enwedig mewn materion sy’n ymwneud â thirwedd, cefn gwlad a diwylliant.

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The Trust was formed in 1974 as an educational charity to inform the public on archaeological matters, to respond to increasing threats to the archaeology of the area, and to educate in the broadest sense. It now offers a wide range of archaeological services and has a depth of local knowledge about the archaeology and historic landscapes of north-west Wales.

2 Responses to “About GAT”


  1. 1 Maria Blagojevic July 8, 2010 at 6:46 pm

    The Society has been informed that you are holding an Open Day on 17 July. Could you please send me details of opening times; location ie postcode for those on Sat Nav or OS grid ref and cost for attendance.

    I look forward to your response.

    Maria Blagojevic
    Secretary
    St Asaph Archaeology Society

    • 2 henebher July 14, 2010 at 4:01 pm

      The Open Day is taking place on 17 July (weather permitting!) from 10am to 4pm. Attendance is free. The site can be quite muddy so please bring appropriate footware. The site is situated beyond (to the west of) Brynsiencyn. Follow signs for the Sea Zoo (LL61 6TQ) and you will the see the site before you get there. Signs will direct you to the exact location.

      Hope to see you there!


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