Dyfed Archaeological Trust Historic Environment Record

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Archwilio [Ar-ch-wil-ee-o] vb, to explore, examine, audit

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HER Information is FREE to the general public and for those undertaking non-commercial research or academic study. We welcome enquiries by phone, letter, fax or email. All enquirers are asked to complete an HER Enquiry form and to abide by the Terms and Conditions of access to our records. Members of staff are available to assist with enquiries.

Opening hours & Contact details

The HER is open to visitors daily (by appointment only) from Monday to Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm. Contact Marion Page:

  • HER Manager
  • Dyfed Archaeological Trust
  • The Shire Hall
  • 8 Carmarthen Street
  • Llandeilo
  • Carmarthenshire
  • SA19 6AF
  • Tel. (01558) 823131
  • Fax. (01558) 823133
  • Email. her@dyfedarchaeology.org.uk

Signing in

Visitors to the HER are required to sign in at reception. For security reasons, all umbrellas, bags and briefcases must be left in the secure lockers and not taken into the HER Search/ Study room without prior permission. Digital cameras or mobile phones with fitted imaging devices can be used as a means of copying information. However, permission needs to be sought in advance.

User facilities

  • A supervised computer search room is available for advanced users of the HER. For enquirers who are unfamiliar with the HER, dedicated staff are available for instruction and guidance
  • The HER search/study room is located on the ground floor of the building. There is ramped access to the building and to the ground floor toilets including purpose-built disabled facilities
  • Conference facilities are available on the ground floor
  • Access to the HER Reference Library containing a range of archaeological books and journals
  • Printing and photocopying facilities available (Copyright conditions and cost recovery charges apply)


Please respect the fact that copyright is reserved on all data from the HER. The data may be used for personal research without charge, but all output resulting from the use of the data must acknowledge the source copyright.

Users of the HERs will be expected to abide by all copyright and other legal restrictions that may apply to supporting information held in the record. Supplementary records may include material for which the copyright is held by other persons/organisations. The Data Protection Act 1998 also governs the release of certain types of information.

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