Members of the public now have the opportunity to see first hand the new signs of pre-historic human activity found in the Clwydian Range.

A new exhibition is now on show in The Gallery, Loggerheads Country Park, which shows the Clwydian Range Archaeology Group (CRAG) finds from surveying and excavating in the Moel Arthur area.

The archaeological processes reveal fleeting traces of our distant ancestors possibly as far back as Mesolithic times.

As well as showing what has been found in successive years of excavation, the exhibition explains some of the methods archaeologists use to investigate, gather evidence and record the results.

The exhibition is now open daily between 10am and 4pm and will run until Sunday, January 28.

A member of the CRAG team will be on hand between 11am and 3pm to answer questions about the excavations and the archaeological processes involved. Between these times the finds from recent digs will be displayed.