Events have helped people, both locally and further afield, to gain a better understanding of an industry that has shaped the northern part of the county. They have provided mining enthusiasts with an opportunity to pass on information and knowledge on a topic that they themselves have spent their lives studying. Events that have been organised include Heritage weekends, community events and a demonstration weekend. With a number of projects currently being developed, further events to promote these successful projects will be organised in the final year of Spirit of the Miners.
There are also many other events going on in Ceredigion throughout the year.
Follow this link here
for a comprehensive list of county wide events.
Follow the links below for details on past events:
Heritage Weekend August 2007
Mining enthusiasts, local people and visitors re-traced the steps of the old Cardiganshire miners who mined in parts of the area some 4000 years ago at a Heritage weekend over the August Bank Holiday.
Spirit of the Miners set up a competition to name the miner you see on some pages of our website.
Miriam Davies won the competition and the winning name was Iwan
A reconstruction of Bronze Age mining techniques proved to be of great interest recently. The reconstruction, held over the weekend of the 15th & 16th of July at Dolebolion Farm, Pontrhydfendigaid, and attracted around 100 visitors of all ages, over the weekend.
Local residents and visitors from the Welsh Mines Preservation Trust were given a unique opportunity to access remote sites relating to northern Ceredigion's mining heritage.
An evening event was held in Talybont giving an opportunity to hear about the history of the community and its people.
The Heritage Weekend event was held at the mines at Cwmsymlog and the Talybont area.