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Offa’s Dyke damage: Rescue react
Rescue have been appalled to learn that North Wales Police have concluded that there is insufficient evidence to prosecute after a significant proportion of Offa’s Dyke was bulldozed in August 2013, between Chirk and Llangollen. Taking a broader perspective on the destruction of this earthwork, Rescue notes that, in a recent addition to the Welsh  Heritage Bill consultation, the following statement was made by Cadw; “Between 2006 and 2012, Cadw received reports of 119 cases of unlawful damage  to scheduled ancient

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RESCUE, the British Archaeological Trust, is a registered charity and an independent organisation committed to the protection, conservation, recording and interpretation of archaeological evidence – often the only evidence – of ALL our pasts...

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