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29th August 2024: Dr Erin Lloyd-Jones - Hoards, hillforts and human remains - The archaeological context of Gwrych

The monument and landscape of Gwrych Castle still can't fail to impress today, but look even further back in time and the landscape surrounding Gwrych has been home to a number of equally impressive monuments and activity over thousands of years. 

Erin will explore some of the archaeological discoveries around Gwrych's environs, from chance finds and surviving earthworks, to rescue missions and human bones.

 

In more detail:

  • Check-in at 6:30pm to start at 7pm
  • We have 40 spaces available for pre-booking only
  • Light snacks will be available to purchase on the day
  • Free parking is included

 

About 'Gwrych Castle's Lecture Series':

We will be revealing the full line-up of Gwrych Castle's Lecture Series, which will be covering a wide range of topics.

 

Accessibility:

The Castle was built into a hill, subsequently the terrain is uneven with many steps, slopes, and steep footpaths throughout the estate, so sensible footwear is always recommended. This particular event will be held in the Coach House, we will have accessible parking available which avoids steps, but does include a slope via Stable Hill | Please read more here

Ticket options

  • Dr Erin Lloyd-Jones: Adult Admission
    Dr Erin Lloyd-Jones: Adult Admission
    £10.00
    0 30 max
  • Dr Erin Lloyd-Jones: Annual Pass Admission
    Dr Erin Lloyd-Jones: Annual Pass Admission
    £8.00
    0 30 max
  • Dr Erin Lloyd-Jones: Historic Houses Member Access
    Dr Erin Lloyd-Jones: Historic Houses Member Access
    £8.00
    0 30 max
29th August 2024: Dr Erin Lloyd-Jones - Hoards, hillforts and human remains - The archaeological context of Gwrych

The monument and landscape of Gwrych Castle still can't fail to impress today, but look even further back in time and the landscape surrounding Gwrych has been home to a number of equally impressive monuments and activity over thousands of years. 

Erin will explore some of the archaeological discoveries around Gwrych's environs, from chance finds and surviving earthworks, to rescue missions and human bones.

 

In more detail:

  • Check-in at 6:30pm to start at 7pm
  • We have 40 spaces available for pre-booking only
  • Light snacks will be available to purchase on the day
  • Free parking is included

 

About 'Gwrych Castle's Lecture Series':

We will be revealing the full line-up of Gwrych Castle's Lecture Series, which will be covering a wide range of topics.

 

Accessibility:

The Castle was built into a hill, subsequently the terrain is uneven with many steps, slopes, and steep footpaths throughout the estate, so sensible footwear is always recommended. This particular event will be held in the Coach House, we will have accessible parking available which avoids steps, but does include a slope via Stable Hill | Please read more here

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