The Thames Discovery Programme (British Archaeological Awards Best Community Archaeology Project 2012) is a community archaeology project allowing volunteers to work on the fast eroding archaeology of the inter-tidal Thames.
London’s longest archaeological site has a wide variety of features and deposits ranging in date from the Mesolithic to WWII, including prehistoric structures and land surfaces, Saxon fishtraps, Medieval and Tudor jetties, post-medieval warship remains and much more!
Once you have completed the training course – April 2015 at Mortimer Wheeler House, Hackney and Greenwich Palace foreshore, London – you will be able to join the Foreshore Recording and Observation Groups (FROGs) who monitor the various sites and also take part in our fieldwork summer seasons for free, along with attending our series of FROG-only workshops throughout the year for a small charge.
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