The Royal Commission offers a range of services to individuals, groups and organisations interested in the archaeology and built heritage of Wales. Coflein is a free online database of archaeological sites and historic buildings in Wales. The National Monuments Record of Wales holds and acquires a wide variety of material through research, official deposit and private donation, including historic maps, postcards, photographs and architectural drawings. Enquiries about landscape and maritime archaeology, historic buildings and landmarks are answered by a dedicated reader services team. The Survey Branch is responsible for researching and recording archaeological and historic sites, buildings and landscapes and provides a professional consultation service to local authorities and other heritage organisations. We supply resource material for all stages of education, from primary school to life-long learning, give advice on the use of our archive material for the National Curriculum and organise in-service training sessions. The Royal Commission is pleased to support community heritage initiatives and offers support and advice, exhibitions and lectures to societies and community groups.
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