Join us on 11th May (10am-4pm) and find out about its uses in archaeology as part of Pennine Prospects’ Celebrating Our Woodland Heritage project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Learn how to create maps, import survey data, use LiDAR, georeference historic maps and create shapefiles using QGIS an OpenSource software package.
Data for the event can be downloaded from the links on this page below
You will need QGIS installed on your laptop before attending the workshop. Visit: http://qgis.org/downloads/QGIS-OSGeo4W-3.4.6-2-Setup-x86_64.exe to install the latest version. To take part in this FREE Workshop at Pennine Prospects, Hebden Bridge Visitor Centre, Butlers Wharf, New Road, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8AF; contact: Chris.Atkinson@pennineprospects.co.uk
Join us between the 16th and 29th July in the excavation of a series of First World War practice trenches located within the Calderdale Countryside and Woodlands Team Long Wood, Copley, Calderdale. The site was initially recorded during our woodland survey in Winter 2017 as part of the Pennine Prospects National Lottery Heritage Fund project. However, very little is known about when the trenches were formed, and who excavated them. This is your chance to learn some #archaeological skills and help us to explore the #history of this site.
No previous experience is necessary and children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Booking is essential, you can contact me at: Chris.Atkinson@pennineprospects.co.uk
The following list of reports were undertaken by Pennine Prospects with the help of volunteers as part of the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Yorkshire Water, Newground Together and Green Bank Trust funded Celebrating Our Woodland Heritage project.