With uncertainty still prevailing about social gatherings through the summer, we propose a series of Covid-proof walks and talks to be offered by Trustees in July, August and September. These walks must be pre-booked with the organiser who will tell you the meeting point and time so that numbers attending will be known in advance, Read more about ARCHAEOLOGICAL WALKS, SUMMER 2021[…]


Celebrating 175 years of illustrating Wales’s past in the pages of Archaeologia Cambrensis Llangollen, 22nd – 24th October. From its foundation in 1846 the Cambrian Archaeological Association has published a Journal in which illustration of antiquities by means of accurate drawings and measured plans were promoted as an essential part of record and analysis. A Read more about AUTUMN MEETING 2021 LLANGOLLEN[…]

The Cambrian Archaeological Association is 175 years old!

Chairman of Trustees, Sian Rees, introduces this year of celebration with an invitation to read the views of members and friends about our Association and its work.   2021 succeeds 2020, which was possibly the most disrupted year for the Association since the Second World War, with our summer and autumn meetings and the Darganfod Read more about The Cambrian Archaeological Association is 175 years old![…]

Darganfod – Discovery Conference – Saturday 10th April 2021

CONFERENCE Cambrian Archaeological Association in association with Cardiff University DARGANFOD – DISCOVERY: a celebration of new archaeological research in Wales Saturday 10th April 2021 To be held online (Zoom) Join us for a day dedicated to fascinating recent work on the archaeology of Wales and the Marches! This online conference, rescheduled from last year, is Read more about Darganfod – Discovery Conference – Saturday 10th April 2021[…]

Clwyd Churches – Three Tours

This has been put together by our programme Secretary Frances Lynch Llewellyn from her Programme Booklet for the 2016 Summer Meeting in the Vale of Clwyd to highlight an excellent set of photographs taken by Marie-Thérèse Castay of the churches and the memorable visit in perfect light to Maen Achwyfan. These are extra to those Read more about Clwyd Churches – Three Tours[…]

Cancellation of Cowbridge Day, 10 October, 2020

It will come as no surprise to Cambrians that we have had to cancel our proposed day meeting in Cowbridge on Saturday 10 October, 2020. Very sadly, the Vale of Glamorgan has joined the counties of Wales now placed in lockdown, which makes travelling to the sites we were due to visit quite impossible. The Read more about Cancellation of Cowbridge Day, 10 October, 2020[…]