Get involved with exploring the history and character of Newborough

How do you characterise a town?

Historic towns and villages are an expression of our culture and heritage which contribute to our sense of identity. Their distinctive character needs to be preserved for the benefit of present and future generations. To do that we need to identify and understand their particular qualities. This can be achieved by recording the character of a town, including the buildings, the open spaces, street patterns and boundaries.

Gwynedd Archaeological Trust is running a characterisation project for Newborough but needs your help to do this. The recording process will include photography and recording sheets, as well as archive research to date buildings and find out about the development of the town.

The aim is to find what is special and different about Newborough's past to help direct its future.

A meeting will be held on Thursday 29th June at 7.30pm in the Prichard Jones Institute to introduce the project. Please come along to find out how you can get involved.



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