Helpwch ni ddarganfod stori y Diwydiant Calch ar Y Mynydd Du! / Help us discover the story of the Lime Industry of the Black Mountain!   Leave a comment

Mae CALCH yn prosiect newydd a’r bwriad yw  cofnod a chofio y Diwydiant Calch a  Chwarel Herbert ar y Mynydd Du. Drwy ymuno chymunedau, gwirfoddolwyr ac arbennigwr, mae CALCH yn gobeithio dangos Chwarel Herbert fel rhan bwysig o’n  treftadaeth ddiwydiannol.

Helpwch ni i ddarganfod y stori.

Oes gennych  ddiddoreb mewn hanes neu oes gennych wybodaeth neu storau am Chwarel Herbert,  dewch i’n Diwrnod Agored Ymddiriedolaeth Archaeolegol Dyfed.

Bydd y Diwrnod Agored yn gyfle i chi weld yr adnoddau a’r wybodaeth sydd gennym yn yr Ymddiriedolaeth yn barod , ond yn bwysicach bydd yn gyfle i gyfnewid gwybodaeth ac hanes a storion am y chwarel a’r diwydiant calch.

Bydd hyn yn digwydd ar

Dydd Iau, 12ed o Ebrill, 2012

10 o’cloch y.b. hydi 4 o’clochy.p.

Am fwy wybodaeth am y digwiddiad hyn neu i ddarganfod mwy am y prosiect, cyslltwch gyda Menna Bell ar 01558 825997 neu ebost

CALCH is a new project aiming to record, conserve and celebrate the Lime Industry of Herbert’s Quarry and the Black Mountain. By bringing together volunteers, communities and specialists, CALCH intends to showcase Herbert’s Quarry as a landmark of  our Industrial Heritage.

Help us discover the story.

If you are interested in history and research or have information or stories about Herbert’s Quarry, then come to our Open Day at the Dyfed Archaeological Trust.

This Open Day is a chance to discover the resources held at the Trust, the opportunities of research and more importantly, to share information.

This event will take place on:

Thursday April 12th 2012

10am to 4pm

For more information about this event or to find out more about the project please contact Menna Bell on 01558 825997 or email

Posted March 19, 2012 by dyfedher in Newyddion / News

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