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Tuesday, 14 May 2013
Looking for volunteers for community archaeology
Fenland Archaeological Society (FenArch) is looking for volunteers with time to spare and an interest in archaeology for opportunities from now to the end of November,
Opportunities may include field walking - to scan an area of field for evidence which may provide the date and density of human involvement. Small scale excavations are also planned.
A Heritage Lottery grant has provided the opportunity to study additional Roman sites using local volunteer help. This is part of the BBC’s All Our Stories project that FenArch has named The Fenland in Roman Times.
To register an interest you can contact FenArch at: email@example.com or write to: FenArch c/o 46A Queens Road, Wisbech, PE13 2PE. Leave your name, address and a contact number also an email address.
To find out more about FenArch’s activities, go to their Facebook and type in FenArch Facebook.