The DigVentures team is unearthing the story of Caerfai, a prehistoric coastal fort that is being eroded into the sea. The windswept coastline of St David’s peninsula in Pembrokeshire is the backdrop to a string of 12 ancient clifftop forts facing out towards the sea. Caerfai (known as Penpleidiau in Welsh) is one of the largest of these prehistoric monuments. Within Caerfai’s ramparts, there are important clues that can help to reveal its history including roundhouses, hearths, metalworking debris, tools, and more.
Participants from age 17 and upwards are welcome to take part in the dig. Join the team to rescue what is left of Caerfai and discover its archaeological story.
The cost of the excavation is between £350 – £1,375 dependant on the length and type of course selected.
The details above are provided by the organiser, for more information about the dig, please see the links below.