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Over the last two years Caer Alyn has been busy working with local community groups in Rossett, LLai, Hope and Conwy, as well as our own site, based in Wrexham. The excavations at Rossett were a great success, with new information and interpretations of the archaeology discovered.
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Saturday 26th January 2013

Please if you have any concerns about the weather during this session of CAYA, contact me on or 01928718929. Many thanks, Karen
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***Harvesting the Past project with Young Roots and Caya are joining together!***

Harvesting the Past had been funded through Heritage Lottery Fund’s Young Roots programme, whose aim was to encourage young people to learn about different aspects of their local heritage which are important to them and creatively interpret them for the wider community.
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Lost Horizons

Final Report

Senior Volunteer Project Lithuania
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2013 - An Exciting Year for the Caer Alyn Project

Caer Alyn work with other community projects in North Wales
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Caer Alyn Open Doors 2013

Saturday 14th September

Caer Alyn is hosting an Open Doors event on Saturday September 14th. Why not come and join us and discover your ancestors way of life. See how your ancestors would have lived by exploring our reconstucted round houses, trenches and Roman Garden. Also the Caer Alyn Meusum will be open so you can see what items our ancestors would have been making and using at Caer Alyn.
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Caer Alyn Volunteers at the Artic Circle

Members of the Caer Alyn Project have just returned from a visit to Happaranda - Sweden. The volunteers took part in a heritage and storytelling festival funded by Grundtvig as part of its Life Long Learning Programme.
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Caer Alyn Community Archaeology

***Volunteer Opportunities at Caer Alyn***
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***Experimental Archaeology Summer school***

'''Experimental Archaeology Week'''

CAAHP is running a week of experimental archaeology in summer 2013. BSc/MSc Archaeology students are invited to spend a week at Caer Alyn doing experimental archaeology. Students will get the chance to build a kiln and fire it. Three kilns to choose from Roman Updraft, Iron Age Clamp Kiln and Egyptian Faience kiln (All materials provided and pots and faience to fire) Lab visit Daresbury Students will spend one day at The STFC Daresbury Laboratory to give them an introduction to the various analytical techniques available to them as future archaeological scientists.
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