Celebrating Welsh heritage through the study of traditional houses and the lives of the people who lived in them.
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Last update 8 December, 2019 11:50 AM
Welcome to our Informative and interactive website which has articles of historic interest, some background details of houses in the various counties in north Wales. See how some cruck frame building are created and walk through a Snowdonia house.
Learn about Dendrochronology,read our Newsletters and blog about some of our members activities . Members can check on their local groups activities and dairy of events
The Library has a searchable database of available Reports in pdf format of Dendrochronology reports, House Histories and Architectural Building reports. House histories and Project results, produced by the Project volunteers. Distribution maps. A Guide to Research. A Glossary of technical terms and a Glossary of old document terms and meanings. Plus two unique Timelines which put the houses into a historic timeframe.
(1) To advance the education of the public in general (and particularly amongst professional and amateur historians and archaeologists and local communities) on the subject ofDating timber in pre-1700 buildings in north west Wales (selected from Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy and south Denbighshire) principally where possible using dendrochronology (tree ring dating);
(2) And to promote research into the history of such buildings by volunteers and specialists for the public benefit in all aspects of that subject;