Over the summer Brecon Beacons Young Archaeologists’ Club has a summer break, which means that we don’t have a meeting in August. However, it wasn’t much of a break for our leaders, as we went on the road and took some archaeological activities to the masses! Well, to Brecon Show on 2nd August, where we troweled deep for hidden treasures in our excavation box and began weaving prehistory fish traps; and Llangynidr Show on 24th August where we continued our fish traps and made some fabulous Bronze Age pigmy pots to accompany the most stylish and fashionable Bronze Age burial.
As well as lots of new people, we saw some familiar faces in the form of existing club members who popped by to say hello, and even signed up a few new members, who we will be seeing at future sessions.
Here are a few snaps of the action…
Thanks to the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority for hosting our activities at Brecon Show and to Llangynidr Local History Society for hosting us at Llangynidr Show and to everyone who helped.