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Community Archaeology Workshop, The Nottinghamshire Archaeology Panel

08.12.2016, 1:00 pm4:00 pm

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hlf_fundedThe Nottinghamshire Archaeology Panel and HLF invite you to a Community Archaeology Workshop on Thursday 8th December at 1 – 4pm at The Newstead Centre. Tilford Road, Newstead Village NG15 0BS

This event is the first in a series of workshops and is particularly aimed at members of community groups. Places are free, but please register through EventBrite to assist us with refreshments, etc: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nottinghamshire-archaeology-panel-tickets-29112075000


  • What are the opportunities for local groups to get involved in community archaeology in Nottinghamshire, working with national, regional and local organisations?
  • What help is available to groups to develop projects?
  • HLF funding objectives
  • Introducing the Nottinghamshire Archaeology Panel


  • Welcome and Introduction                                             Heather Stokes (Chair NAP)
  • Heritage Lottery Funding – an overview                     Lesley Owen-Jones
  • The role of Historic England                                            Tim Allen
  • Developing and Designing Your Project                       Emily Gillott
  • How can East Midlands Heritage help?                        David Knight
  • Introducing the Historic Environment Record           David Littlewood
  • Meet the Nottinghamshire Archaeology Panel….
  • Break for tea, buns and networking
  • Funding your Project – The Sutton Mill experience   Denis Hill
  • Potential project ideas for discussion 
  • Project Surgery – a chance to discuss project ideas with members of the panel
  • Collation and Feedback



1:00 pm–4:00 pm
Event Category:


Nottinghamshire Archaeology Panel


Newstead Centre
Tilford Road, Newstead Village NG15 0BS + Google Map

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