Category Archives: Projects and Workshops

Below are examples of projects and workshops I have been involved in. Please click to read more about each one.

We’ve Peeled Back the Layers and been to Arbor Low.

Well, what a busy time it’s been over here as we’ve had two projects running – Peeling Back the Layers and Arbor Low Environs Project. These have seen us excavating with community groups, volunteers and of course schoolchildren. Peeling Back the Layers … Continue reading

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We’re busy Peeling Back The Layers!

What a busy week we’ve had as we started work in earnest on Peeling Back The Layers at Under Whitle near the village of Sheen in northeast Staffordshire. If you are new to our site, we are part of a community … Continue reading

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Preparation is key!

As some of you might know, Catherine and I are working closely with a local group who are exploring the history and archaeology of a small farmstead. The project is called Peeling Back the Layers and you can read our … Continue reading

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Another busy week with KS2 workshops in Halifax and Buxton!

Well its been another busy week here at Enrichment with KS2 workshops in Halifax and more locally – at the school where three of my lovely children go, and there was no favouritism asked for or given before you ask! … Continue reading

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KS2 Roman archaeology workshop in New Brighton!

We are busy bees here at Enrichment, and today finds us in another new location – Wallasey! We’re at New Brighton Primary School with Christine Hawthorne and the children of Y4. As it is all about the Romans, we’re going … Continue reading

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