These shirts proved very popular when we first got them printed, and we ran out very quickly! So we are very pleased that we now have more on sale for you, family and friends!
Our CAER Heritage logo was designed by pupils from Glyn Derw School (Now Cardiff West Community High School) under the guidance of professional artist Paul Evans. The horse’s head design is based on the Stanwick horse mask that dates to the Late Iron Age. Horse bones were found during the excavations at Caerau and horses still graze the fields within the hillfort today.
We also still have the amazing ‘Ely Roman Villa’ t-shirts available, designed by CAER Studio guest artist Charlotte Granjon, based on the remains of a Roman Villa in the middle of Trelai Park, first excavated by the famous archaeologist Sir Mortimer Wheeler in the 1920s.
Please use the following link to order your CAER Heritage T-shirt https://www.cognitoforms.com/Elycaerau/CEARHeritageTShirtsOrderForm
Payment can be made by cash or card when collecting the pre-ordered T-shirt from the Dusty Forge between 9am and 4pm Monday – Thursday.
Stock is limited and subject to availability.
The CAER project explores the history and archaeology of Caerau Hillfort and the surrounding area, helping to connect communities with their heritage and develop educational and new-life opportunities.
All contributions will go to help us continue our work exploring the archaeology of Caerau and Ely.