Archaeology at
Parc Cybi, Holyhead

In 2006 to 2008 and 2009 to 2010 Gwynedd Archaeological Trust carried out archaeological excavations in advance of a major Welsh Government development site, called Parc Cybi, at Holyhead.

Over 20 hectares were investigated to reveal an archaeological landscape. The highlights were the remains of a 6000 year old Neolithic timber hall and an Iron Age village, but there were many other fascinating features.

The Welsh Government has funded the full analysis of the data and final publication of this important site is on-going. These webpages provide your portal to information on the site and to related events.



Project Background - the background to the Parc Cybi Excavation Where is it? - Giving details of the loaction of Parc Cybi Holy Island - some brief notes on Holy Island on which Parc Cybi is situated The Excavation - details of the excavation of Parc Cybi What was found? - some details of what was found during the excavation of Parc Cybi What is Post-ex? - some details of the post excavation work Technical Reports - about the Parc Cybi Project Events - coming archaeological events at Parc Cybi