Excavation project management at Ysgol Bro Dinefwr, Love Lodge Farm, Ffairfach, a site proposed for a new school in Carmarthen
The work was carried out in line with a condition of planning permission for the development of the Ysgol Bro Dinefwr School on behalf of client Carmarthenshire County Council.
The site had been the subject of previous archaeological geophysical survey and evaluation by Dyfed Archaeological Trust (DAT). This confirmed the presence of Prehistoric, Roman and possible Early Medieval archaeology within the site. Based on the above AB Heritage compiled a Written Scheme of Investigation and a Detailed Archaeological Specification for further work on the site and these were agreed with the Dyfed Archaeological Trust Heritage Management archaeologists in December 2013.
AB Heritage Ltd appointed Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd to undertake the fieldwork associated with the project, while the overall project-management was retained by AB Heritage. The fieldwork for the project included a mix of full open archaeological excavation, field walking and hand dug test pitting/sieving, along with machine dug trial trenches and some intensive trial trenching. More information at http://www.abheritage.co.uk/71/ysgol-bro-dinefwr-carmarthen
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