Sunday, 29 September 2013

The final day (almost).

Firstly a massive thank you to all our volunteers,  members of No Man's Land, Staffordshire County Council, Natural England, Jaguar Landrover, our administrator Jo for running the volunteer registration, Richard and Lee for their historical research, Angela for updating the blog, our aerial photographers, all our visitors, locals who have helped in various ways and last but my no means least Kirsty Nichol for all her hard work in organising the project and for leading the field work along with Martin Brown.  This has been a wonderful unique project and its sucess is down to all those who took part with such enthusiasm. 

Although today was the last day of excavation,  members of our team and some volunteers will be on site for the next two days completing record photography and preparing the model for the 3D scanning team who will take over on Wednesday. 

We expect to begin the process of covering the model on Monday 14th October 2013, (this has been delayed due to the filming schedule of BB1's Countryfile who want to feature the model in their Remembrance Sunday programme). If any of our volunteers would like to assist or any new volunteers would like to help it would be much appreciated. Please email Jo  on to let us know which day(s) you can help.

If you haven't volunteered on site during the excavation,  please contact Jo on to register before arriving on site.

Once again thanks everyone for your help in making this project so successful. 

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