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Durham University

Department of Archaeology

North East Heritage Partnership

The North-East Heritage Partnership is a new scheme based at Durham University to help provide training to local groups and individuals interested in finding out more about the history and archaeology of their local area. Over the Summer and Autumn of 2012 we will run a series of workshops and master classes on basic research skills including recording historic buildings, archaeological techniques and the use of archives. We will also help local groups make further bids for funding to help support their work. To launch this exciting new project we would like to invite you or your group to come to our first meeting (9.30-1.00 Saturday April 28th, Joachim Room, College of St Hild and St Bede, Durham University) . This will give us a chance to explain the aims of the project, give you a chance to let us know about what help you would like, see what resources are available at Durham and to hear about a new funding scheme available from the Heritage Lottery Fund. There is no charge, but numbers are limited so please let us know if you plan to come. For further details or to book a place please contact Dr David Petts (