We are in the early stages of building this site. It is the first of its kind in Britain. If you have skills, in any prehistoric arts, experimental archaeology, thatching, green woodwork or carpentry/building and want to be involved, please contact us. We want as many people as possible to have an input into the project and use it as a resource.
This year we will be offering an internship in experimental archaeology for someone wanting to stay with us for a minimum of three months. This will be largely practical but will involve an element of research.
Residential volunteers will be living at Old Chapel Farm initially – and travelling daily up to the site, a couple of miles away. All board and lodging is offered in exchange for help. This year (2018) we are reconstructing a 17th/18th century barn as a visitors centre and would love the help of experienced carpenters and builders. We welcome the participation of local people and will eventually be able to accommodate weekend volunteers.
If you would like to be involved in any way please contact our residential archaeologist, Dr Kevin Blockley at the address below.