Mumbles Hill Walk for Festival of British Archaeology

If your out enjoying the sunshine at the Mumbles today, why not join us for a tour around the archaeology of Mumbles Hill.  The Hill, with it’s excellent views over Swansea Bay, is a Local Nature Reserve and has a long history of human activity-from agricultural to industrial to military- but is now a haven of tranquility and a home for wildlife.
A talking walk with Paul Huckfield (Glamorgan Gwent Archaeological Trust Ltd), John Powell (Oystermouth Historical Association), and assistance from Robin Bonham (Mumbles Divelopment Trust).  Leaving the steps next to the Coach bays in Bracelet Bay pay & display car park.  The walk starts at 2.00pm and is 2 miles and lasts for around 2 1/2 hrs.
Hope to see you there.
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