the Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project will be launching a brand new website in the next few days, and launching a number of exciting new funding campaigns and announcing a number of fantastic Community Archaeology projects in the heart of Sherwood Forest- so thank you to Robin Hood for rubber stamping things!
We were joined by Robin Hood aka Ezekial Bone of the National Award nominated @Nottingham Town Tour:
vote for Robin at http://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/travel/british-breaks/vote-visitenglands-tourism-superstar-2014-3191570
These photographs were taken yesterday as part of Mercian's promotion for the project and the upcoming news, and include many prominent members of groups undertaking work in the forest who support the project and its work... a fantastic community day in the forest with members of The Friends of Thynghowe, Warsop Path Group, Sherwood Forest Trust, The Jolly Bodgers of Sherwood Forest
, The Public Information Research Organisation, Viking Sherwood, some archaeological volunteers from the project, and the site owners of King John's Palace- the royal heart of Medieval Sherwood Forest
More info will be available through the project facebook page Archaeology and History of Medieval Sherwood Forest very very soon!
Exciting times in Sherwood Forest! thanks to all for your amazing support!
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