Organising this community celebration and living history day on behalf of The Lenton Centre, we formed a community committee and involved almost 30 local groups, charities and services in this volunteer-supported event.
Working in partnership with the members of Jigsaw Youth Club we are exploring how community heritage can become more autism-friendly, and creating a resource pack for groups that shares sample resources and our experiences.
It was a great opportunity to be able to work with the Friends of Toton Fields in their community excavation at Manor Farm Recreation Ground. Involving xx volunteers, this uncovered the remains of the medieval manor house and water mill.
With Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust we recruited and supported a specially recruited group of volunteers to record the hundreds of artefacts found at Attenborough during quarrying and now dispersed around the world
Fifty volunteers, a local school and visiting groups were involved in excavating this Scheduled Monument. This was a partnership with the Dunkirk & Lenton Partnership Forum, Lenton Local History Society and Priory Church.
A member of our Community team was appointed as the facilitator in this inclusive, Heritage Lottery Fund supported, heritage project exploring leisure and entertainment in Nottingham during the First World War.
We supported STAA (the not-for-profit company representing allotment holders), to develop and run an exciting project that involved tenants and volunteers in test-pitting, excavation, GIS mapping and historical research.
Trent & Peak was delighted to be invited to work with the Darley Abbey Historical Group to develop, obtain funding for, and deliver a small community excavation at the believed site of this lost ice house.
We were pleased to welcome Fiona Moore, ACIfA, to Trent & Peak Archaeology at the end of 2017. For information about the new range of provision offered by our specialist Heritage Consultancy team see our Services page.