2017 has been another eventful year for Home Front Legacy 1914-18!
We launched our resources for young people, joined forces with CITiZAN, East Coast War Channels & Living Legacies 1914-18 to conduct community work
Home Front Legacy 1914-18 and Living Legacies 1914-18 held the first joint training workshop of 2017 at the Imperial War Museum Duxford.
IWM Duxford provided a perfect venue for the workshop as the site was established
Week 5 is the final week of Big Recording Month. The Home Front Legacy team would like to thank everyone who has got involved recorded sites during Big Recording Month.
To round things off, our Core Users
This week we'll look at recording your site with our recording app. Our recording app is a simple to use web based application that can be used on both computers, tablets and smartphone devices to record your local Home Fr
This week we’ll look at visiting your site and creating your record. Once you have identified a site you can consider visiting it to determine levels of preservation, take photographs and interpret surviving features.
This week we'll look at finding Home Front sites in your local area using readily available sources of information. There's plenty of information out there to help you start your Home Front journey and you don't need any
August is the Home Front Legacy Big Recording Month. During this month we aim to get as many people as possible recording sites throughout the UK. To help you get involved, we will be posting a new blog each week that focu
Home Front Legacy Needs You!
Join Home Front Legacy 1914-18 for our big recording month. Throughout August we'll be encouraging people to research and record Home Front sites in their local area using our resources an
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