Join us in December to take part in our new archaeology project
A chance to make amazing archaeological discoveries in the North Pennines
The AONB Partnership is looking for volunteers to help out on its new project, LiDAR Landscapes, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. As a volunteer, you will learn how to use LiDAR technology to record archaeological sites and hopefully make exciting new discoveries. Anyone can get involved; all you need is access to a computer and the internet.
LiDAR Landscapes follows on from the AONB Partnership’s successful Altogether Archaeology project and will cover about 650 sq. kms in the eastern North Pennines. This launch and workshop, with presentations by Project Officer Paul Frodsham and Stewart Ainsworth from Channel 4’s Time Team, will focus on the mapping of Weardale. Work being carried out in Teesdale will be launched in January.
Booking essential. To book, or for more information, contact Simon Wilson on 01388 528801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Released: 08 November 2016