Historic Environment Record

The Historic Environment Record (HER) for north-west Wales aims to provide comprehensive information regarding the known archaeological and historical sites, monuments, buildings, artefacts and landscapes in the former County of Gwynedd.

It holds around 20,000 records collected from a variety of sources since the late 1970s, and covers all aspects of human activity in the landscape from early prehistory to the twentieth century. Details of well- and lesser-known sites can be found, in addition to records generated by archaeological projects undertaken in the area.

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What is the Historic Environment Record (HER)?

Why is there an Historic Environment Record (HER)?

What Sort of Information is Available in the Historic Environment Record (HER)?

Who has access to the Historic Environment Record (HER)?

How can I access the Historic Environment Record (HER)?

The Sites and Monuments Record (SMR)

HER Downloads

Contact

Opening Hours:
The HER is open to the public Monday to Friday, by appointment, from 10 am to 4:30 pm .

Please contact the HER at:
Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, Craig Beuno, Garth Road ,Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2RT
Tel: 01248 366963 (Direct dial)
Fax: 01248 370925
Email: her@heneb.co.uk

Visiting the HER:
There is a large table for the use of visitors, and a dedicated public workstation with access to the digital HER. A wide range of reports, books, journals and other reference material is also available for consultation. We offer printing and photocopying facilities.

Visitors to the HER are requested to sign the Trust visitor book, located in the main office, when they arrive.

HER users may use their own camera to photograph certain collections within the HER, having signed a copy of our HER Camera User Form .

If you have any special requirements due to disability, it would help us improve the quality of your visit if you are able to let us know when you book an appointment. Disabled access to the building is via a ramp located at the front of the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust offices. Although the Historic Environment Record is located on the first floor, we have good facilities on the ground floor and can ensure full access to the computerised facilities in the main office and consultation of all documents and reports.

We are committed to continually improving the service we offer HER users. To get this right we need your feedback: we encourage all HER Users, whether they have accessed the HER remotely or in person, to complete a HER User Feedback Questionnaire. Thank you!

 

The Trust is a registered organisation with the Institute for Archaeologists.
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