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A community of researchers and teachers, undergraduates and postgraduates, devoted to the study of the past from prehistoric times to contemporary societies.
Archaeologists from Cardiff University have teamed up with Ely and Caerau Communities First, local residents and the local schools to start the Caerau And Ely Rediscovering (CAER) Heritage Project, based in West Cardiff. The aim of the project is to explore the history and archaeology of the Cardiff suburbs of Caerau and Ely from prehistory through to the modern day, helping to connect communities with their heritage and develop educational opportunities.
Guerrilla Archaeology is a Cardiff-based collective made up of archaeologists, scientists and artists dedicated to bringing the past alive.
Cynon Valley Museum & Gallery opened in 2001 and is situated on the outskirts of Aberdare in the south Wales valleys. Developed with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund the museum & gallery is situated on the site of the 19th century Gadlys Ironworks.