Personally, I would consider it great if the RCAHMW, CADW and various Archaelogical Trusts of Wales took this idea up and developed and advanced fantastically to make great impact, I shall suggest it to them but I am not going to hold my breath. Failing that I am presenting the idea to any future Welsh Battlefield Trust, this still does not appear to be in the makings. So, I suggest it might be a local initiative, as a focus for any local ''autonomous'' Welsh Battlefield Survey & Study Groups which might be set up. Do note, in such case, I would not oppose they seeking grants or other similar forms of funding to get the job done properly, so yes, why not? Go Grab a Grant!
The Battle of Chester (in Old Welsh, Guaith Caer Legion and in modern Welsh, Brwydr Caer), is generally agreed to have taken place in 616, as first argued ...en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Chester - 24k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this
Afterthought: I had resisted temptation of adding 11 Rhagfyr 1282 Irfon Bridge to the list due to fact that it is now more recognised that a massacre took place rather than a Battle. Further thinking well, this is all remembered in the annual Cilmeri Commemoration and that day as otherwise been patriotically noted as a Welsh Remembrance Day, so I do not want to start referring to it has a Welsh National Battle Day as well. However, in 1282 and in other Welsh Military History Connections, seeing as so many important battles were fought in central Cymru, for such reason I am already suggesting a Welsh Military - Battles Interpretation Centre be established in Built Wells. In association with this there could be held possibly in association with the annual Welsh Agricultural Show, a National Welsh Battles Commemoration, or seperatly become part and parcel of a major annual Medieval Mobalisation in Powys, on scale of Tewkesbury > Tewkesbury Medieval Festival
Official website of Tewkesbury Medieval Festival. ... TEWKESBURY MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL. 12th and 13th July 2008. Lincoln Green Lane Contact. Maps and directions ...www.tewkesburymedievalfestival.org/ - 12k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this. or Blore Heath, see video of 2007 event > YouTube - Medieval reenactment battle BLORE HEATH 2007 Part of medieval battle reenactment at Blore Heath, 2007 with ...7 min - www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJH2NCIMsSU . Another excellent example is that of the Lanark Medieval Festival > Lanark Medieval Festival - 12:53pm Battle Re-Enactments and static displays by Tournée, The Vikings, Legio VIII Augusta, ... Held at the historic Lanark Moor, site of one of Europe's oldest ...www.lanarkmedievalfestival.co.uk/ - 14k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this
So Powys and Builth Councils, think on it. Builth Wells with the RW Showground near by is the ideal location for such a major Welsh Medieval Mabalisation. I should not have to begin to tell you the huge tourism potential in this BRENHINOL CYMRU MEDIEVAL MOBALISATION CYMRU INITIATIVE. Hope all that's useful to you but more import inspires and prompts some action out of you, I can be contacted vis email: firstname.lastname@example.org