Our Partners

Below are some of the partners and organisations who have become involved in the project.

Service Providers:

Addison Day Centre, Maltby

Burton Street Project

Dearne Locality Unit

Foresight Grimsby

Mariners Resource Centre Leeds

Osmondthorpe Centre

RDASH

The Junction

S2R

Wombwell Unit

Home Group

NHS OT Team Sheffield

Ripon Community Link

Home Farm Trust

The following organisations are helping us provide visits and fieldwork opportunities for our learners:

Leeds Discovery Centre

Humber INCA

Elmet Archaeology

Doncaster Museum Service

Heeley City Farm

North Duffield Conservation and Local History Society ( see some more info about the group in POST Hole article)

Sheffield Manor Lodge Discovery Centre

Staveley Hall under the supervision of Mike McCoy of ARCHEMIS, Sheffield

English Heritage

Universities

University of Sheffield

TILL University of Sheffield

University of York

University Of Bradford

We have been working with a student from the University of York who has been looking into the therapeutic nature of archaeology for those who have from Learning difficulties or mental health issues. We are hoping that this link will be beneficial to both the project and the student as we explore how the project can help those who take part not just in relationship to the study of their heritage but also in terms of their general wellbeing. The students are being supervised by John Schofield.

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3 responses to “Our Partners

  1. We are an Archaeology Community group based in the south of North Yorshire between Selby and York and we are keen to involve LD people in our 3 year Lottery funded Historic Landscape Project. Can you suggest a contact within WEA that can talk to me please?
    Brian Elsey

    • Hello Brian

      We’d certainly welcome opportunities for our projects to work together. Nicola Thorpe is the Project Worker developing the York hub with local Organiser Helen Widdowson. I’d advise you to make contact with Nicola in the first instance (hover over About and click Contacts for her details).
      – Rob Hindle

  2. Thanks Rob,welcome your advice and will contact Nicola.

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