News

picture-36We have great pleasure in announcing our training courses for 2012! These are open to people in Cambridgeshire and are free. Please book your place on a course by email or telephone.

This Saturday, residents and farmers from in and around Wicken will be gathering at Wicken Village Hall to listen to talks, view displays and discuss the Archaeology and Geology of Wicken. The Jigsaw team will be present talking about how locals could get more involved in finding out more about the archaeology of their area. If you live in or around Wicken, do join us this Saturday 4th February from 3-6pm (see poster).

If your Cambridgeshire local history or archaeology group would like to affiliate with the Jigsaw Project, the Guidelines to Affiliation with the Jigsaw Project and an Application Form are now available to download.

If you would like to volunteer with the Jigsaw project, a Volunteer form can also be downloaded.

We are pleased to announce that local history and archaeology societies have recently affiliated with the Jigsaw project.

We are still in the process of buying up equipment for affiliated societies and Archaeology Action Groups to use.

We are also drawing up our 2012 programme of training courses, which should be available soon! Watch this space...

CASWe attended the CAS conference on Saturday and made a joint presentation introducing the Jigsaw Project. It generated a lot of interest and we met many new people when manning the Jigsaw stand throughout the rest of the day.

Many people picked up copies of our affiliation guidelines and application form. We will be uploading them on to the website in the near future, but in the meantime, please contact us for copies.