Llwybrau at Wreiddiau Brynberian – Routes to Roots Brynberian

Cafwyd noson wych yng nghwmni rhai o drigolion Brynberian wythnos diwethaf, pan ddaethant at ei gilydd i drafod eu treftadaeth unigryw ac arbennig fel rhan o Brosiect Ein Cymdogaeth Werin.

Mae gweithdai Llwybrau at Wreiddiau yn galluogi cymunedau i archwilio ac adnabod eu treftadaeth a’u hasedau diwylliannol a straeon lleol, wrth symud ymlaen i ystyried dehongli a chyfleoedd twristiaeth.

Mae hwn yn amseru gwych i ardal Brynberian wrth iddynt edrych ymlaen at ailddatblygiad cyffrous eu Canolfan Gymunedol a chreu man dehongli treftadaeth ynddi.

Mae Brynberian yn ardal sydd â chyfoeth o draddodiadau ffermio’r myny’ sy’n mynd yn ôl sawl cenhedlaeth, cymeriadau lleol bythgofiadwy ac mae’n fan amlwg ar gyfer archaeoleg gyda Chromlech Pentre Ifan a Chraig Rhosyfelin i grybwyll dim ond rhai yn unig. Mae i’r ardal lawer o asedau naturiol hefyd megis coetir hynafol Tŷ Canol, gyda sawl taith llwybr a nodweddion i’ch cyfareddu, ac mae “gormod o ddewis” yn ateb cyffredin. Y ogystal, trafodwyd lleoliad busnesau, siopau a gwasanaethau sydd wedi hen fynd o’r ardal.

Gobeithiwn y byddwn yn gweithio’n agos gyda Brynberian yn ystod y prosiect i gefnogi eu gweledigaeth o greu ardal dreftadaeth yn eu Canolfan Gymunedol sydd wedi’i hail-ddatblygu.

Cysylltwch â sophiej@planed.org.uk os oeddech yn gobeithio bod yn y digwyddiad hwn, ac os allwch chi gyfrannu at fenter Brynberian. Edrychwn ymlaen at eich cyfraniad.

 

 

A great evening was had in the company of some of the residents of Brynberian last week, as they came together to discuss their unique and special heritage as part of the Preseli Heartlands Communities Project.

Routes to Roots workshops enable communities to explore and identify their heritage & cultural assets and local stories, whilst moving forward to consider interpretation and opportunities for tourism.

This is great timing for the Brynberian area as they look forward to the exciting re-development of their Community Centre and the creation of a heritage interpretation space within.

Brynberian is an area rich with hill farming traditions going back generations, unforgettable local characters and is a hot spot for archaeology with the Cromlech of Pentre Ifan and Craig Rhosyfelin to name but a few. It also has many natural assets such as Ty Canol ancient woodland, with numerous breath-taking walks and features “too many to choose from” was a common answer. Discussed also was the location of long gone businesses, shops and services in the area.

We hope to work with Brynberian closely over the duration of the project to support their vision of creating a heritage area in their re-developed Community Centre.

Please get in touch sophiej@planed.org.uk if you hoped to be at this event, and have something to share about Brynberian. We’d love to hear from you.

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