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A city centre mini-megalith

A city centre mini-megalith

Tinkinswood and St Lythans burial chambers in the Vale of Glamorgan were once part of John Cory’s estate at Dyffryn House and Gardens, which is now part of St. Nicholas village. Cory bought the estate in 1891, which was then over 2000 acres. His family’s wealth came from the South Wales coalmines, shipping coal around the … Continue reading

TIRWEDD NEOLITHIG AC ARDALOEDD CYLCHYDDOL TINKINSWOOD

Amcan y prosiect hon yw i ail-ddarganfod Siamberau Gladdu Tinkiswood a St Lythan's drwy weithio gyda gwirfoddolwyr i glirio'r safle, cynnal cloddiad cymunedol ac drwy weithio gyda ysgolion lleol.
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THE NEOLITHIC LANDSCAPE OF TINKINSWOOD AND SURROUNDING AREAS

The aim of this project is to re-interpret Tinkinswood and St Lythan's Neolithic burial chambers though volunteer clearance, community excavation and school outreach.

Siamber Gladdu Tinkinswood / Tinkinswood burial chamber

Siamber Gladdu St Lythan’s / St Lythan’s burial chamber

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