Posted by: archaccess | February 11, 2014

Wormingford Landmarks

A fantastic video about the year long Heritage Lottery Funded (HLF) project, Wormingford Landmarks, which explored a prehistoric site near the River Stour and involved local community volunteers in fieldwalking, experimental archaeology, film making and the creation of a soundscape.

The film was produced by Aura Films, a locally-based audiovisual production company. The director, Amanda Findley, also managed the Wormingford Landmarks project. She is happy to be approached by other community groups considering including a film element in their heritage projects to offer advice on a consultancy basis or work together to produce a film. You can contact Amanda at amandafindley@btconnect.com if you have any ideas you would like to discuss.

Cambridge Community Heritage (CCH), a University of Cambridge team of researchers,  supported more than 20 community groups in running their All Our Stories projects in the last year, and many of those running archaeological activities received advice and supervision from Access Cambridge Archaeology.

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