Swansea University engineering students are lending a hand

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Swansea University students, past and present are helping us to restore the crane.

James Hustwayte who is studying a Masters in Mechanical Engineering, Geraint Howells  who is studying a degree in Material Engineering, Gethin Phillips is in his 2nd year of Mechanical Engineering along with Nourelsabah Kamel, who has just completed her masters in Aerospace Engineering have all come in to help us move the project forward.

Its wonderful to have the students on board bringing fresh energy, innovation and enthusiasm to the team. A lot of the students are fitting in the restoration with their studies. They are all being overseen by Stuart Griffin from Swansea University and being led by our Head Engineer Tom Henderson.

In exchange for their time, they are having first hand experience working on a Ancient monument and helping to rebuild something for many future generations to enjoy. Tom and the volunteer engineers are passing on their expertise onto the engineers of tomorrow.