A list of the partners who have contributed to the CALCH project.


Dyfed Archaeological Trust -

Based in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, Dyfed Archaeological Trust is an independent organisation with a strong regional commitment dedicated to the protection, investigation, recording and promotion of the historic environment. The Trust was established in 1975 as part of a network of four archaeological organisations covering the whole of Wales. It is constituted as a Private Limited Company and as a Registered Charity and is an Institute for Archaeologists Registered Organisation.

Brecon Beacons National Park Authority

The BBNPA is responsible for the management of National Park Authority property and helps to implement policies for conservation of the landscape and to facilitate enjoyment of the Park. Park wardens work closely with other partners involved in education, community development, conservation on farms, woodland management and access to the countryside.

As well as lying within the National Park, Herbert’s Quarry is part of a land holding owned by the BBNPA. BBNPA have committed to in-kind support during the life of the project and the on-going maintenance of the site following the completion of the project.


National Museum of Wales -

The National Waterfront Museum at Swansea tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years. Staff at the National Waterfront Museum at Swansea will provide specialist industrial archaeology knowledge and expertise to CALCH. This includes a national overview of Wales’ Industrial heritage and assistance in identifying links with other industries.


The Black Mountain Centre -

At the heart of the local Brynaman community the Centre offers community and visitor facilities, including tourist information point and café, conference facilities and exhibition space, located within the settlement of Upper Brynaman. The centre will be promoted as a visitor gateway to the site and will house both printed and virtual interpretation material. It will also help to engage local community groups and tourism providers in the project.