Princes of Gwynedd

Writing princely pages about the medieval history of north west Wales.

inHeritage was contracted to script the webpages for the Princes of Gwynedd story strand, part of the Cadw pan-Wales heritage interpretation project.
Developed by a consortium led by Conwy County Borough Council in partnership with Gwynedd Council, Snowdonia National Park Authority and the National Trust, the website encourages visits to 30 locations associated with the princes. The story runs through 800 years from the withdrawal of the Romans in the 5th century AD to the conquest of Gwynedd by Edward I in 1283. The website tells the unique story of the longest and most successful dynasty in medieval Wales – from the castles the princes built to the royal courts where they ruled. The website links with six visitor hubs.
We took existing research and Historic Environment Records and wrote the webpages for the theme introduction, thirty iconic sites linked to the princes and key figures.
You can visit the website at http://www.snowdoniaheritage.info/en/theme/29/princes-of-gwynedd.