Thursday, 16 May 2013
Free places are available for people who would like to train to become volunteers and take part in a project being run by the Norfolk Monuments Management Project to record the condition of archaeological and heritage sites in Thetford Forest.
The project is holding a training session for new volunteers on Saturday 18 May. The event will be held in Oak Lodge at High Lodge Forest Centre (Santon Downham) between 10am and 4pm. It will involve an indoor classroom session followed by a guided tour of archaeological sites in the afternoon.
Places on the training courses will need to be booked in advance by contacting David Robertson, Historic Environment Officer at Norfolk County Council, on 01362 869291, 07879 877845 or email@example.com.