Baroness Randerson: 'Preserve heritage with tourists'
A review of heritage attractions will help Wales compete with the other UK nations, the peer who is chairing it has said.
The Welsh government has commissioned the study to improve the commercial performance of historical and culturally important places.
It is expected to report back to ministers by the end of March.
Baroness Jenny Randerson, who is leading the review, said Wales needed a more unified image of its heritage.
The Welsh Liberal Democrat peer said attracting tourists to heritage sites would help preserve them.
23 Jan 2016