Castell Aberlleiniog to be rescued in Wales

"For over 20 years I have observed the progressive deterioration of this site as the mound suffered from erosion by livestock, and the masonry became increasingly unstable and overgrown by vegetation," said Mike Yates of Cadw, the Welsh historic monuments' agency, about Castell Aberlleiniog near Llangoed, which is being rescued from further deteoration.

Originally built in 1088, the only 'motte and bailey' castle on the island of Anglesey, Wales, was rebuilt in the 17th century. Artifacts from the site date to the 17th century.