Bangor University are offering the chance to take a magical history tour of the Isle of Anglesey on Sunday 7 July.
History and Archaeology staff from the University will take you to a range of sites, tracing the development of this special island. From prehistoric burials mounds to the world-famous bridges of Thomas Telford and Robert Stephenson – Anglesey has a unique story to tell.
Tours are free and all are welcome – whether you are thinking of studying at Bangor, or just keen to learn more about the history of North Wales.
Karen Pollock, Lecturer in Archaeology, School of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences and one of the tour organisers said: “Ynys Môn or Anglesey is an island with a unique and fascinating past. Remnants of its extraordinary history – prehistoric man, Vikings, medieval Welsh princes can all be traced in the landscape. We are delighted to be able to offer fieldtrips to draw attention to such rich and diverse history.”
When: 10am–5pm, Sunday 7 July 2019
Depart/return: Main Arts Building, Bangor University, LL57 2DG
Fee: Free trip. All welcome
“That’s an invitation ….. To make a reservation …. The Magical History Tour …. Is waiting to take you away”
Register at https://www.bangor.ac.uk/history-philosophy-and-social-sciences/history-tour.php.en or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.