UXO in Wales

GMC Utilities are currently undertaking UXO (unexploded ordnance) and archaeological investigation on behalf of Sumitomo Electric and Greenlink Interconnector.

The works are happening in the Devil’s Quoit area of Freshwater Beach, Pembrokeshire, in West Wales, in preparation for the offshore drill works. As part of the investigations, a standing stone, associated cremations, and flint finds, which continue to emerge, have been discovered. These finds are prehistoric and are somewhere in the region of 4,000-6,000 years old.

These vital works are being undertaken in partnership with DAT (Dyfed Archaeological Trust) and overseen by PCNPA (Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority).
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