We are proud to announce the launch of our new action-packed resources for youth groups, schools and families; designed to inspire the next generation of archaeologists and encourage participation in the UK wide Home
We are pleased to announce that 'The Home Front in Britain 1914-18- An Archaeological Handbook’ that accompanies our project, has been nominated for 2017 Current Archaeology Awards 'Book of the Year'.
Voting is open
The air raid on the 2/3 September 1916 saw the first successful destruction of a German airship over mainland Britain. This raid, comprising of 14 airships, was to be the heaviest airship raid conducted by Germany agai
A UK-wide project helping communities record and map our First World War sites, coordinated by the Council for British Archaeology
The Council for British Archaeology, Home Front Legacy 1914-18 project has made great
Home Front Legacy are pleased to announce the launch of our on-line Site Recording Guide.
The purpose of this guide is to enable individuals and groups to use the Home Front Legacy Recording App and record t
The Council for British Archaeology Home Front Legacy Project is working in partnership with Historic England to develop teaching resources for schools.
Home Front Legacy are looking to commission an Illustrator to cr
CBA North Home Front Legacy Day School
Our latest day school took us to the magnificant World Heritage Site at Durham. We were privileged to hold the Day School at Durham University Library, Archives and Specia
Our day school programme is now taking shape. We are holding these events across the country from North to South and West to East and ultimately across the UK.
The contribution of our participants is vital, those people
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Home Front Legacy's First Day School! 25 April 2015
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