The Welsh Ministers1 may do anything which they consider appropriate to support archaeological remains2, ancient monuments3, buildings and places of historical or architectural interest4, historic wrecks5, and museums and galleries in Wales6; and arts and crafts7, libraries8 archives and historical records9, and cultural activities and projects relating to Wales10.
The Welsh Government11 maintains an historic environment division known as 'Cadw12' which aims to protect and
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