Foundations of Archaeology
The Foundations of Archaeology Project celebrates the work of the pioneering archaeologists who first identified the rich upland archaeology of south Wiltshire and north east Dorset.
The project will train up volunteers to help further investigate and evaluate archaeological sites centred on three focus areas associated with these pioneers.
We have lots of volunteer opportunities starting Autumn 2015 to late Spring 2017 – including practical conservation on ancient sites; learning to undertake archaeological surveys; and following in the footsteps of the first archaeologists. No previous experience necessary – all ages welcome.
Download our Leaflet for more information.
If you would like to get involved with the project as a volunteer or would simply like to know more then get in touch with us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01747 or 07983 279825 and ask for Phil Planel or Emma Rouse.
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