The Lost City of Trellech Excavation is an ongoing research dig to understand a settlement that was once the largest in Wales in medieval times. Over more than 10 years we have discovered the remains of several properties including a fortified moated manor house which again will be the focus for this year’s excavations.
Last year we also found evidence of Neolithic activity below the medieval horizon and will be exploring more of this layer. The site has been the focus of recent worldwide media interest and has also featured on several TV programmes in recent years including the Digging for Britain Series. Weekend Excavations start on the 1st April and occur every weekend (except during the Summer Dig) before concluding on the 29th October.
The cost is £75 per person per year. The Summer Dig runs for 4 weeks continuously from 15th July to 13th August. Cost of £50 per person per week. We also run Experience Days – for those who just want to give archaeology a try. Cost of £50 per person or discounts for groups. All information is available via our website www.lostcityoftrellech.org
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