We would love you to be part of the Land of Iron story, find out more about the industrial past of the North York Moors, and maybe volunteer your time to help grow the project and share this story with others.
Our exciting programme for 2018 includes a number of amazing archaeological excavations, great guided walks and wonderful natural encounters. Here is a flavour of what's on offer:
- 5 May - Oodles of Ouzels guided walk
- 12 May - Wild and Worked guided walk
- 28 May - Trods and Trees guided walk
- 23 June - Fabulous Flora wildflower workshop
- 3 to 14 July - Combs Wood community archaeology excavation
- 24 July - The Bats of Beck Hole guided walk
- 6 to 10 August - Warren Moor Engine Bed conservation
- 8 August - Beautiful Baysdale guided walk
- 9 August - Bats in the Mine guided walk
- 8 September - Combs Wood Uncovered Heritage Open Day
To find out more and book your place please visit the event pages.
Volunteering can be so much fun – you can meet new people, learn new skills and gain confidence, get fit and active, and make a real difference to your local community and environment. The Land of Iron offers lots of opportunities for volunteering, inside or outdoors, for as little or as much time as you have to spare. We also have work experience and study placements with our project team.
Current opportunities include - archaeology and excavations, lime mortar training, daffodil surveys, path repair, 3D computer modelling, habitat management, wildflower surveys, tree planting and riverbank stabilisation.
If you are keen to get involved or have an idea which volunteers could help with, please get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01439 772700.
Free hands-on activity sessions for 8–16 year olds, covering a variety of topics and time periods. Runs 11am–1pm on the first Saturday of each month. Based at The Moors National Park Centre, Danby, but sessions across North Yorkshire and Teesside. Booking essential.
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