How can we help you and your society?
If you’re considering a project on the history, buildings, or archaeology of your area, please get in touch to have a chat about how we can help. Over the years, we’ve worked in partnership with a wide range of archaeological, historical, civic, and parish groups.
Our input to each project differs depending on what the group wants, and we can work with you on funded projects as either a partner or advisor. We have extensive experience of helping groups develop and write funding applications, as well as providing specific training – such as oral history, archival research and archaeological skills – running community excavations, delivering events, and digitising archives.
As every project we’re involved in is different, it’s best to get in touch to discuss exactly what we can offer you. Here are a few examples though of how we can help:
Over the years we’ve worked with many societies, including Stourport-on-Severn Civic Society, The Hanleys Society, Bromgsrove District Council, and Kidderminister Civic Society. Our most recent community archaeology project involved digging test pits with young people (Small Pits, Big Ideas), and we are currently working for the Foresters’ Forest Landscape Partnership to carry out a LiDAR validation survey and community excavations in the Forest of Dean. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 01905 766352 for more information.
We have also produced guides for groups and individuals involved in community archaeology, providing guidance from our archaeologists on doing archaeological surveys, buildings recordings, and how to complete excavation projects by processing finds and writing reports.
Archaeological survey guidance
Building recording guidance