Increasing well-being amongst vulnerable, disadvantaged and socially-isolated people within an archaeology fieldwork setting.

Archaeology fieldwork projects provide an opportunity for people to experience many different activities that are transferable to the world of work, and socialise within a like-minded but diverse community in a safe environment where, unlike many outdoors activities, roles can be found for people of all ages and physical abilities.

Archaeology & Heritage

We work with universities and regional archaeology and heritage organisations to enhance community cohesion by bringing together diverse groups of vulnerable people under a common vision and mission.

Well-being & Personal Development

Participants use the fieldwork activities and additional workshops to help them take the first steps towards independent living when they return home.

Who we help!

We work with both organisations as well as individuals. Our heritage projects and personal development courses are available to anyone who feels ‘stuck in a rut’ and doesn’t know what they want to do in life, by helping you to become more fulfilled and to secure more meaning, direction and focus.
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A young adult carer shares her story.

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