The Kirkwall Townscape Heritage Initiative is a two-year programme of archaeological investigations in Kirkwall conservation area offering community training and memorable hands-on experiences.
This Archaeological Programme has four stages of community archaeological work and training situated in the centre of Kirkwall within the Conservation Area. A range of non-intrusive and intrusive techniques are proposed, including Archaeological Standing Building Recording, Geophysical Survey, Palaeoenvironmental Survey and Sample Excavation, which will provide opportunities for the local community to take part and learn about archaeology, enhance community understanding of our urban heritage and provide short and long term economic benefits to Kirkwall town centre.
Activities will happen over a series of weekends throughout 2015 and 2016.
Contact Daniel Lee if you want to volunteer or just want to know more about this exciting project.