CADW opens sites for St David’s Day

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    CADW are allowing FREE access to their sites across Wales on St David's Day.

    This is from CADW's website.

    “In celebration of the Patron Saint of Wales, all visitors will have the opportunity to explore and enjoy Cadw sites across the country free of charge on Sunday, 1st of March.

    Visitors can explore more than 6,000 years of history across 129 Cadw sites across Wales, including two World Heritage sites – Blaenavon Ironworks in the south, part of the Blaenavon World Heritage Landscape, and the Castles of Edward I in the north (Caernarfon, Conwy, Beaumaris and Harlech). Castles, abbeys and Roman forts are just a few of the fascinating monuments waiting to welcome visitors on St David’s Day”.

    A chance for us to have a break from decorating the house and see the Bishop's Palace!

    Bob

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