Led by CAVLP Heritage, this new Volunteering project will explore the unique stories, archaeology and archive evidence associated with the industrial, horticultural and agricultural past of the Clyde and Avon Valleys – and they need your help.

Chatelherault Country Park, 10.30am – 3.30pm, adults, children and families all welcome. Free. For more information call 1555 661555 or email the CAVLP Heritage team

Further events and training weekends will take place throughout January, February and March.

A series of free, hands-on learning opportunities relating to the historical working loves of people in the Clyde and Avon valleys are also available from the CAVLP Heritage team and run concurrently with the Capturing the Past project until August. MapCRAFT, Tasting Through Time, Sheep to Shawl and Brick by Brick courses explore the mapping, agricultural, horticultural and industrial heritage unique to the area. Designed to fit in with the Curriculum for Excellence, Duke of Edinburgh and John Muir Awards as well as Badge Activities for Guides, Scout and the Boys and Girls Brigade, courses can be tailored to meet the needs of any age group and ability and can last between 2 to 4 hours.

Published On: 14.01.16|

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