Posted by: archaccess | June 11, 2012

The Web Story on ‘All Our Stories’ Heritage Project

The Cambridge Community Heritage project is profiled in a webstory published on the University of Cambridge website today.

The scheme teams University of Cambridge researchers with community groups in the eastern region to plan, fund and run community projects investigating and celebrating local history or archaeology. If you have ideas for exploring any aspect of your community’s past, this is a way to make it happen with the support of professional researchers and the Heritage Lottery Fund ‘All Our Stories’.

The Cambridge team includes researchers with a wide range of interests and expertise, headed by Dr Carenza Lewis, well-known archaeologist who directs Access Cambridge Archaeology at the University of Cambridge and ran the Suffolk excavations featured in the BBC series ‘The Great British Story – A People’s History’.

There are still places available on the two open days later this month (Thursday 21st June and Saturday 23rd June) but registration is essential. For more information and to download a copy of the registration form , please see the CCH website here.

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