Latest Blog entries

We encourage everyone involved in the CITiZAN project to contribute to our blog. Whether you're on site monitoring, in a library researching, or conducting oral history projects, we want to hear from you! To submit an article please email your regional CITiZAN Community Archaeologist with your text and up to five images.

Hovering on the edge

10/02/2020   |   Lara Band

On until 11 February, at Nice Things, Ramsgate, is an exhibition of photographs taken at the site of Pegwell Bay Hoverport: a collaboration between the East Kent Coast Discovery Programme and members of East Kent Mencap's photography group. This blog showcases some of the photos from the exhibition and gives an overview of this 'weird but interesting' site.

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Volunteering in Sutton on Sea with CITiZAN

07/02/2020   |   Lianne & Jordan Havell

Jordan and Leanne Havell describe their volunteering experience with us over the past few years in and around Sutton on Sea.

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The Humber's Deep Past

17/01/2020   |   S Griffiths

How far can we stretch the origins of the River Humber? What did it look like over the years before and after the river was in place? And when and which humans travelled, lived and died within the region in it’s deeper past?

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The sinking of LCT 1029

15/01/2020   |   Chris Kolonko

LCT 1029 struck a mine and sank off the coast of Skegness 76 years ago today.

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Pirates of Druridge Bay

26/11/2019   |   Angus Stephenson

This blog is about Druridge Bay in Northumberland, which stretches for about seven miles of flat, sandy beaches between the villages of Low Hauxley in the North to Cresswell in the South, with Cresswell being c 20 miles North-East of Newcastle.

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