CALCH; Information


As you’ve probably figured out from my previous posts, CALCH is a project being run by Dyfed Archaeological Trust and other organisations (please see the CALCH website for more information on this).

CALCH is an exciting project focussed on exploring the lime industry heirtage of the Black Mountain in Carmarthenshire (also within the Brecon Beacons National Park) which is repairing some of the surviving structures ar Herbert’s Quarry and is developing self-guided walking trails around the site in order to encourage visitors local communities to learn about Wales’ heritage.

Herbert's Quarry in the snow.

Herbert’s Quarry in the snow.

Over 2014 we will be commencing and conducting stage three of the CALCH project bringing you more walks, talks, events, workshops and celebrations and we hope that many people will take part in and enjoy!

To keep up to date with upcoming CALCH events please check out the CALCH website (which is in the process of being updated). Alternatively, if you are on social media platforms, you can keep abreast of news by ‘liking’ Dyfed Archaeological Trust’s Facebook Page or by following us on Twitter.

If you would like to be added to the Dyfed Archaeological Trust’s database in order to recieve news about the CALCH project please send an email to h.steaneprice@dyfedarchaeology.org.uk with the subject ‘CALCH Database’. Please include your name, contact number and location.

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