One of our key #FCERM case studies is our creative heritage project, ‘The Ripple Effect’. The bespoke project for the @EnvAgency aims to further amplify the social value and community benefits of the Salisbury River Park scheme.
The project will improve people's well-being through positive engagement with the local environment, the community and each other, and engage people across all generations through walks, workshops, creative moments and shared experiences.
Image credit James Aldridge
Jun 8, 2022 • 5 tweets • 5 min read
We’ll be taking part in a Treasure Hunt as part of Salisbury International Arts Festival this weekend - Sunday 12th June 📣
Come along to this family friendly event to explore four themed islands of hands-on activities for all the family to enjoy 🐚 #wessexarchaeology
You can find us at the ‘Sailing the Calm Seas’ venue at Greencroft Park between 11am – 4pm. Be sure to visit to get hands on with marine archaeology and discover the exciting artefacts, including cannonballs, that lie beneath the sea. #wessexarchaeology#familyfriendly
Here’s a look at some more of our finds recently featured in the ‘The world of Stonehenge’ exhibition publication, this time from the unusual ‘Boscombe Bowmen’ grave which we excavated 600 metres north of the ‘Amesbury Archer’s’ grave at Amesbury Down, near Stonehenge.
The communal grave contained the remains of nine, possibly ten, individuals including one infant (cremated), two children, one teenager and five adult males. #wessexarchaeology#wessexarch#stonehenge#stonehengelandscape#flint#flintarrowheads#prehistory#lateneolithic
We’re at #FloodandCoast2022 today demonstrating our wide range of engaging and informative virtual reality experiences!
Join us on stand D8 to experience our Medieval Townhouse, Anglo-Saxon Hall or Romano-British Villa created by our in-house 3D artists. #FloodandCoast2022
Our VR landscapes are based on archaeological evidence and historical facts, recreating environments to feel like real, lived-in places that tell the stories of the family and people that inhabited them. #FloodandCoast2022#FC2022#FCERM