Cyllene Griffiths (Director, CBA Wales)
Dr Cy Griffiths started as a field archaeologist over 25 years ago, later moving on to specialise in historic buildings and places in both the private and public sector, after an MA at York. She spent over 15 years as a LA conservation officer in both England and Wales and currently works part time as the Director, Council for British Archaeology Wales whilst also acting as the CBA’s Listed Building Caseworker for Wales. She recently graduated her PhD in Applied Archaeology at UWTSD. She additionally runs her own private heritage consultancy and is an active member of CIfA and Chair of the Welsh branch of IHBC. Cy has a particular interest in raising the profile of the heritage of Wales and using heritage, and especially archaeology, to engage communities with the places in which they live, work and visit.
Kathy Laws (Membership Secretary)
Kathy is a professional archaeologist with a background in field archaeology and monument conservation. Kathy is currently responsible for giving archaeological advice to those managing land owned by the National Trust in North Wales. She has been a member of CBA Wales/Cymru since 1994.
Hawys Jones (Editor, Archaeology in Wales)
Hawys is the editor of our journal, Archaeology in Wales.
Ian is an archaeological consultant/contractor based in North Wales, working with a wide range of projects. His prime interest, however is in lithics, which was the subject of his PhD. Ian has been a member of the CBA since the mid 1970’s, when British Archaeology was the Calendar of Excavations.
Tom has worked for several years as a commercial archaeologist and in community heritage, prior to commencing his PhD in Medieval History in 2017. A member of CBA Wales since 2015, his main interest lies in Medieval Wales.
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