Much of Cadw’s work is planned or delivered in partnership with other organisations, drawn from the public, private and voluntary sectors. The Historic Environment Group is Cadw’s primary forum for partnership working with the heritage sector in Wales. In addition, Cadw liaises with local authority and third sector specialists through the Built Heritage Forum.
In recent years Cadw has also hosted subject specific ‘summits’ and open Treftadaeth (Heritage) conferences to explore matters of concern and identify new partnership opportunities.
Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales - Leading on developing a History Agenda for Wales. National History Museum at St Fagans provides the first point of contact with Welsh history for many.
Arts Council for Wales - Working closely with Cadw on Cauldrons and Furnaces and longer term programmes of heritage and arts activity.
History Research Wales - A network of academic historians drawn from Welsh universities, working with Cadw and others to develop a History Research Framework for Wales.
Cultural Tourism Steering Group - Facilitated by Visit Wales, this public/private/third sector partnership fosters joined up action to promote and present culture as a tourism asset.
Dehongli Cymru - Supports high quality interpretation of natural and cultural heritage through training, networking and sharing good practice.
The Civic Trust for Wales - Works with Cadw support to organise Open Doors – Wales’s contribution to European Heritage Days – to give free public access to places and buildings of architectural and historic interest.