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Friday, 16 September 2011

Welsh Countryside and Coastal Management Fair - Royal Commission





RCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Llannerchaeron House taken on 24/05/2004

The Royal Commission will be at the Welsh Countryside and Coastal Management Fair at Llanerchaeron on 29th September 2011. Come along to see our stall and chat with staff from the Royal Commission.


RCAHMW colour transparency showing detail of early wallpaper at Llannerchaeron

"NATUR and the National Trust will be holding the first fair of its kind in Wales.

Whether you are considering a career in the countryside, our living environment, or are already involved in this broad profession, our event will have something new for you. The purpose is to showcase the countryside and conservation professions, and the fair will be an opportunity for field-based staff, rangers and wardens, heritage managers and visitor/interpretation staff in countryside and conservation to see and discuss different techniques, equipment and experiences from different parts of Wales. The fair will highlight the range of good work being carried out by staff in the whole variety of organizations across Wales."


Programme for the day:
9.30 a.m to 4.30 p.m., Thursday 29th September 2011
A programme of lectures and training events include:
Presentations, field lectures and excursions and guided walks.

Details of the event can be found at:
Natur website http://natur.org.uk/welsh-wildlife-and-countryside-management-fair/

Location details:
Llanerchaeron
Ciliau Aeron, near Aberaeron, Ceredigion SA48 8DG
Telephone: 01545 570200
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-llanerchaeron.htm


Llanerchaeron, Coflein Links:
Discovering Our Past Online
 
Llanerchaeron House
 Llanerchaeron Garden
 Llanerchaeron Walled Garden

Another site of interest includes Wig-wen-fach, a precious survival of vernacular building tradition.

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1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great venue, lovely old wallpaper.

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