Media Archive

The newly spruced up visitor facilities at Llanilar Yard
Wednesday, 10 June, 2009
PLWM, which is busy enhancing and improving the heritage tourism product associated with industrial heritage in the uplands of Ceredigion, has recently seen the completion of its first capital initiative, phase one of ‘Llanilar Station Yard’. 
Ystrad Einion
Monday, 11 May, 2009
Undergrowth was cleared at the Ystrad Einion Site near Furnace on the May Bank Holiday, 9th 10th May 09. The Welsh Mines Preservation Trust cleared unwanted bramble to clear the way for walkers visiting the site. Ceredigion County Council are planning to put up signage on this site to interpret the old lead mining site which was a mining site as early as the 1700's. The Trust will be writing up a report on their findings from that day. 
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Saturday, 11 April, 2009
The first of a series of workshops held between PLWM and it's partners took place in the Arts Centre...themes for interpretation were discussed for Ceredigion. Many themes were decided upon and a further session will take place in July 2009.
Mine Site
Monday, 6 April, 2009
Internationally renowned speaker Professor Sam Ham delivered a 2 day workshop in April 2009 for the PLWM project and its partners to help deliver best practice interpretation for the area. The title of the event was 2 day thematic workshop.
bronfloyd
Thursday, 7 June, 2007
PLWM launched as a new heritage project this December.  The project which is funded by the Rural Development Plan and run by Ceredigion County Council is set to create a sense of place for the Uplands of Ceredigion, an area between Tregaron in the South and Borth in the North. the project will be working with local heritage experts, community members and the funding partners CADW and CCW as well as other partner organisations including The Forestry Commission and The Welsh Mines...