Social Media Training @GGAT


Spending two hours with the lovely Paul Huckfield being lead skilfully through the pleasures and perils of using social media to disseminate information regarding interesting work taking place with the Gower Landscape Project.1054_13_21_web


Field Walking Event

Do you have an interest in the archaeology of Gower?

Do you have a keen eye for finds? 

Would you like to be involved in a field walking event in Scurlage?

Then we have the event for you!

Across the 27th – 28th February, we are going to be holding a field walking event at Monskland Farm, Scuralge, looking for finds like flint tools, pottery and coins.

The farm has produced a multitude of finds including  flint tools, such as arrowheads, knives, scrapers, cores, blades, flakes and Mesolithic microliths.

The event is going to be held at Monskland Farm, Scuralge, Gower, details of a meetup point will be posted later in the week.

Please bring warm, waterproof clothing and suitable footwear.

If you would like to be part of this fantastic event, please  contact us at or 01792 634234 to sign up. 

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Pilgrims Badge


Flint Knife


Barbed and Tanged Arrowhead


Medieval Pot Base


Roman Coins

Numbers may be limited, so please let us know as soon as possible!


Aerial Photography and Map Regression

Aerial Photography and Map Regression Training 26th and 28th January 2016

Today we undertook our second training session covering ‘Aerial Photography and Map Regression‘.  During the session we used various applications that professional archaeologists would use to undertake any form of basic research. These include:

This training provides the tools for our volunteers to begin researching ideal places independently for the projects forthcoming field walking event, and in addition carry out research into their own family and village history!

Thank you to all our fabulous volunteers who attended the second training session, we look forward to seeing the fruits of your research and hearing all about it at our next session.





Sun, sea, and archaeology! Who could ask for more?

A big thank you to everyone who attended the second Archaeological Workshop for the Gower Landscape Project yesterday. The Great Gods of Archaeology smiled down upon us and provided us with excellent weather for our stroll across Rhossili Down.  From field banks and hollow ways to cairns and burial chambers, with a good dollop of WWII thrown in for good measure! We saw it all! I hope the day helped you to start viewing the landscape in a different way and to question everything thing you see.

Archaeology? Where?

Archaeology? Where?


Remains of the Second World War Chain Home Low Radar Station.


Who was buried in a tomb like this? Sweynes Howe Burial Chamber




Its cold can we go home now?


Archaeological Training Workshop- Rhossili Walk

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Come along to the second ‘Finding Our History’ training session – Rhossili Guided Tour                  

Learn how to locate and identifiy archaeology across Rhossili, and learn more about the history and arcaheology of Rhossili with a guided tour!

We will be meeting at Worms Head Carp Park at 10:30 on 3rd December 2016. Please bring suitable footwear, clothing and a packed lunch, see you there!