care of Cadw

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  • The site is now in the care of Cadw and is used as a public open space.
  • It is now in the care of Cadw and open to the public.
  • It is currently in the care of Cadw and is open to the public.
  • The main ruins are under the care of Cadw and entrance is free.
  • The castle is under the care of Cadw - the national heritage agency for Wales.
  • Substantial ruins can still be seen, and are in the care of Cadw.
  • The site is under the care of Cadw, the Welsh Government's historic environment service.
  • The castle was abandoned around the 17th century and the castle ruins are now in the care of Cadw.
  • The building is now in the care of Cadw.
  • The castle is now in the care of Cadw.
  • Other stones from the Abbey and the local area were added to the collection, which is now in the care of Cadw.
  • The castle is under the care of Cadw, who have stabilised and to a limited extent restored some of the remains.
  • The monument is in the care of Cadw, with public access.
  • It is now in the care of Cadw.
  • The site is in the care of Cadw.
  • Three miles to the east are Tretower Castle and Tretower Court, now in the care of Cadw.
  • Scheduled monuments in Wales are in the care of Cadw, the historic environment service of the Welsh Assembly Government.
  • The Abbey Church monument is in the care of Cadw.
  • It is classed as a Scheduled Ancient Monument and comes under the care of Cadw, but it is not one of its protected sites.
  • It is now in the care of Cadw, the arm of the Welsh Assembly charged with care of historic monuments and is open to the public between April and October.
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