About us

Time Trackers is an historical research organisation set up to create a series of videos and TV documentaries which revisit many important events in the recorded history of mankind.

Time Trackers aims to become a focus point for modern multidisciplinary research and be the essential web portal for information on 21st century historical and archeological investigation.

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News Roundup

The Pilgrimage trails of Glamorgan

After Time Trackers initiated geophysics and landscape studies in 2008, and after SMC (Scheduled Monument Consent), a Trial Trench excavation was undertaken in 2011 on the SAM British Fortified Residence. 

The 13-14th Platform House structure appears to overlay a Hollow-way that was probably part of the important Pilgrimage Trails up through Glamorgan to Llangynwyd; the site of the 6th century church established by St. Cynwyd.  


Ynys Gwydr: The Island of Glass

A specially written 'People's Opera' to celebrate the remarkable discoveries made at Llangors Lake near the Brecon Beacons was staged on 12-13 April at Theatre Soar in the nearby town of Merthyr Tydfil. Llangors is just 20 miles from Merthyr Tydfil, a town which was named after St Tydfil, who was believed to be a daughter of Brychan the mythical founder of the kingdom of Brycheiniog. Her shrine began in the early medieval period and the community around it developed into the town which was, at one point in time, the second largest in Wales.