Following the success of the recent Fieldwalking events across Gower, we are pleased to be starting our new project ‘Ancient Ways-Trackways and Boundaries across Gower’.
The purpose of this project is to enable the community to research and identify the ancient routes of Gower, such as field boundaries, pathways and tracks through map regression, aerial photography, and field work, complemented by using plant species as a method (Hooper’s Law) of dating old hedgerows.
The ancient ways will be shown on paper and GIS mapping, their past use and current condition recorded, and their purpose and accompanying stories collected. It is hoped that it will be the first step in the re-establishment of a number of these routes, eventually with interpretation regarding their former use, and providing a safer alternative to walking on the busy Gower roads.
Keep returning to this blog for upcoming events!
Places will be limited due to the computer requirements, so please contact Sophie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01792 655208 to book.