“What kindles a gentle glow should last forever”
Members of the Garw Valley Garden History & Heritage Company Ltd. (GVGHHC), working alongside archaeologists Trysor have solved one of the enduring mysteries of Llangeinor.
A large mound, which stands on Bryn y Wrach common close to the village, has never been properly explained. It was first noticed in 1963 and thought likely to be a Bronze Age burial cairn, but had never been studied in detail. It eventually became hidden beneath a large manure heap, covered by nettles and bracken, and was
Passing it on:
Exploring the importance of archiving records, documents and photographs. Also a chance to discuss the recent GVGHHC visits to the Glamorgan Record Office and the new Ty'r Ardd Local and Family History Reearch Centre in Bridgend.