> Date: Thu, 22 May 1997 23:46:47 -0600
> From: Bette Tomlinson <[log in to unmask]>
> Ireland, but needs to know about resources, books, people to talk to, etc.
> for S. and W. I told her that I would ask you and that her wish would be
Well, apart from visiting rather obviously fitting places like
HOLYWELL in Wales she can probably speak to somebody from CADW (Welsh
Historic Monuments) . CADW has, for instance, St. Seiriol's Well in
Penmon, Anglesey, in it's care. CADW can be contacted either at one
of the numerous sites in their care, or, in advance, by sending a
message to "Heritage in Wales", P.O.Box 353, Cardiff CF1 5XA, Wales,
UK or by phone at the UK number (01222) 500200.
For Scotland she could try the people at HISTORIC SCOTLAND, 20
Brandon Street, Edinburgh EH3 5RA, Scotland, UK, Tel. (031) 2443101.
Please note that the adress and phonnumber I have for Historic
Scotland is three years old and so may not be accurate any more.
RAY (Raimund Karl,University of Vienna,Dep.of Prehistory)
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