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    Garnock Connections

    Connecting people and places within the Landscape

Free Archaeology Course

As part of our Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Project (CHAP), we're very excited to announce that we're teaming up with DigVentures for a programme of exciting activities through the Garnock Connections landscape. Due to current circumstances, many of these activities are in the planning stage at the moment, and full details will be announced once we're able to deliver events once again.

However, the DigVentures team are currently offering their "How To Do Archaeology" course online, absolutely free of charge (it usually costs ¬£49). This is a fantastic opportunity to learn the basics of this fascinating field, or keep your skills sharp if you're unable to get out and about with your digging tools at the moment. Moreover, the course is endorsed by the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists, so you know you're receiving some top quality material.

The course starts on 1st June, but you can register any time in the next couple of weeks and then modules will be released on a weekly basis. It's totally flexible and you can complete the work at your own pace, with material being available until 31st July.

For more details, visit the DigVentures website or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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