Our projects create new ways to explore our history and discover some of the most important heritage sites in England.

From Stonehenge in Wiltshire to Berwick Barracks in Northumberland, we are making art, developing new plays, films, soundscapes, and exhibitions all inspired by England’s rich heritage.

We are transforming how we tell England’s stories.

Gaming Heritage with the National Videogame Museum

We supported the National Videogame Museum (NVM) in a project exploring the heritage of games, including character creation, avatars and representation, from the 1970s to the present. The result was a creative pop-up trail and puzzles created by the NVM's internal panel of young people, the Game Changers.

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Maiden Castle Ramparts

Maiden Castle Stargazing

On 14th February 2022, we climbed up Maiden Castle to stargaze from the top, with young people from the Army Welfare Service in Blandford.

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Sea Songs

Sea Songs was an outdoor art and nature project sponsored by Shout Out Loud. It is part of ‘Wild Eye’, a programme led by Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and Invisible Dust in Scarborough and Whitby.

In this project, students from Scarborough Sixth Form worked with leading sound artist, Rob Mackay.

Together, we explored how creativity and conversations can help people from the local area, as well as new visitors, to engage more with the natural environments surrounding these sites.

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Our Mini Museum

In August 2021, we learnt about the process of photogrammetry (otherwise known as 3D modelling), and then put it into practice at Audley End House and Gardens. After a tour of the site, we chose a selection of historic objects we wanted to 3D model and digitally catalogue.

We found ourselves asking… Why are humans drawn to collecting ‘trinkets’? And how is a Russian rat’s tail from 1854 relevant today?

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Girls examining remains

Young Archaeologist Club Partnership Projects 2019

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Stonehenge sunset

Stonehenge Stargazing

Between September 2020 and January 2022, we worked with young people from the local Army Welfare Service, on a project that explores Stonehenge, its history and its relationship to the sun, stars and sky.

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