Sunday, 16 February 2014

SHERWOOD FOREST HERITAGE HOW TO FIND US

SHERWOOD FOREST HERITAGE HOW TO FIND US

Any events advertised will take place in the area shown on the map below. Exact locations, dates and times will be in the details of the event.


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SHERWOOD HERITAGE

SHERWOOD HERITAGE

Researching a Landscape of Governance
About
Sherwood Heritage is run by the Public Information Research Organisation to promote the tangible and intangible cultural landscape of Sherwood Forest Nottinghamshire. It is an information hub supporting public knowledge transfer and historical research.
 
 
 

Archaeology and History of Medieval Sherwood Forest

Archaeology and History of Medieval Sherwood Forest

About

A not for profit site: promoting Sherwood Forest and its heritage: http://www.sherwoodforesthistory.com/ - by http://www.facebook.com/MercianArch
 
Description
A Mercian Archaeological Services CIC project promoting the Archaeology, History and Heritage of Sherwood Forest, its landscape and people.

The project supports and promotes the work of individuals and groups (often voluntary) who undertake work in the Forest.

And to raise the profile of this heritage and work to the widest possible audience. ...

If you have any news about heritage work you or your group are undertaking in the Forest, please contact Mercian through Facebook messaging or at info@mercian-as.co.uk.

This project is ran (as of June 2013) by Mercian Archaeological Services CIC a Community Interest Company undertaking Community Archaeology in Sherwood Forest and the East Midlands.

Archaeology & History of King's Clipstone, Nottinghamshire

Archaeology & History of King's Clipstone, Nottinghamshire

About
A decade long research project on the archaeology and history of Kings Clipstone & New Clipstone, Nottinghamshire in the heart of Sherwood Forest.
 
Description
Lying in the heart of Sherwood Forest the villages of King's Clipstone and New Clipstone have a remarkable history. This heritage includes the site of a mediaeval royal palace known as the King's Houses, fascinating links to the estate of both the Earl of Newcastle and Duke of Portland and in more recent times the expansion of the settlement brought about by coal-mining. This page will focus on the rich tapestry of history and archaeology in both villages including regular updates on research projects as new evidence is uncovered.

THE FRIENDS OF THYNGHOWE SHERWOOD FOREST

THE FRIENDS OF THYNGHOWE

About
Investigating the Viking Thynghowe Assembly site and the forgotten history and heritage of  Birklands in Sherwood Forest. Check out our website to find out what we have discovered so far!
Description
We are a community group dedicated to discovering more about the amazing history hidden in woodland along the western edge of Sherwood Forest between Edwinstowe and Warsop. Check our events page and come and join our archaeological and historical workshops.
 
 
Reenactment of a Thing Assembly Norway