The PDF file on the summer news has some interesting tidbits. 

There is a new  ‘mimic’ design Iron Age roundhouse ‘remains’ at the viewpoint of Bwlch Pen Barras.

Talk of a newly discovered fort or defended enclosure, the site is located to the north-east of Caer Drewyn (a spectacular stone built hillfort in Corwen).

Plus successful restoration work is being carried out on the damaged heathland on the Llantysilio Mountains caused by motorbikes.  “The illegal circuit on on the edge of Moel y Gaer hillfort and the damage alongside the Moel y faen quarry has been repaired by a contractor, Tim Faire.  Tim has harrowed a native grass seed mix and suitable fertiliser into the damaged area and spread a total of 50 large rounds of heather bales.” 

Heather and Hillforts PDF file