Events: Our Past, Our Future

Conservation task - scrub bashing

Date: 24 October 2017

Location: Ashurst

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free of charge

Would you like to play a part in restoring and enhancing special wildlife sites around the New Forest?

Come and volunteer with us to remove invasive scrub from important woodlands.

You will be spending the day using hand tools to remove invasive scrub. Training on use of tools will be provided. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us from 10am until 4pm in Ashurst.

Bring: Lunch, water, sturdy footwear, warm clothes and waterproofs (and if you have them: gardening gloves, loppers and bow saw. Otherwise these will be provided).

Booking is essential, contact Richard Austin 01590 646661 or email richard.austin@nflandadvice.org.uk

This practical conservation task is part of our Working Woodlands Project which is working with landowners to restore woodland on privately owned land. It is one of many projects within the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme.

New Forest Knowledge Conference 2017: New Forest Archaeology

archaeology conference

Date: 27 October 2017

Location: Lyndhurst Community Centre

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Cost: £20 per day/£30 for both

The 2017 New Forest Knowledge Conference will celebrate the archaeological and historical research being carried out in and around the New Forest.

Find out what is taking place around the National Park and by who, and hear the results of recent work. The conference will also discuss new techniques and approaches, and you can find out how you might get involved in the future.

As well as presented papers there will be poster displays from local community groups and students and various display stands. We will aim to ensure there is enough time for you to enjoy these and also to chat with other individuals and representatives from local community groups and organisations.

The conference runs over two days, Friday 27 and Saturday 28 October, at the Lyndhurst Community Centre from 9.30am until 5pm.

Confirmed speakers on Friday 27 October:

  • Stephen Fisher: Equipping the Armada: The Archaeology of Lepe Country Park
  • Richard Reeves: All about the bounds. What medieval perambulations can tell us about the New Forest
  • John Cockram: The New Forest and the Great War 1917
  • Katherine Blayney, University of Oxford: Conquest and land clearance: the Domesday account of the New Forest

With more to come...

Day tickets cost £20, but we hope you will be able to join us for both days at a discounted price of £30.

Click here to book your tickets online.

Enquiries: archaeology@newforesnpa.gov.uk

New Forest Knowledge Conference 2017: New Forest Archaeology

archaeology conference

Date: 28 October 2017

Location: Lyndhurst Community Centre

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Cost: £20 per day/£30 for both

The 2017 New Forest Knowledge Conference will celebrate the archaeological and historical research being carried out in and around the New Forest.

Find out what is taking place around the National Park and by who, and hear the results of recent work. The conference will also discuss new techniques and approaches, and you can find out how you might get involved in the future.

As well as presented papers there will be poster displays from local community groups and students and various display stands. We will aim to ensure there is enough time for you to enjoy these and also to chat with other individuals and representatives from local community groups and organisations.

The conference runs over two days, Friday 27 and Saturday 28 October, at the Lyndhurst Community Centre from 9.30am until 5pm.

Confirmed speakers on Saturday 28 October:

  • Josie Hagen, Bournemouth University: Will Buckland Rings Reveal its secrets?
  • Jack Powell, Aerial Imagery Analyst, Air Photo Services: Using Aerial Imagery for Desk Based Research
  • Iris Kramer, University of Southampton: Automated Detection of Archaeology in the New Forest using Deep Learning with Remote Sensor Data
  • Mike Gill, Avon Valley Archaeology Society.

With more to come...

Day tickets cost £20, but we hope you will be able to join us for both days at a discounted price of £30.

Click here to book your tickets online.

Enquiries: archaeology@newforesnpa.gov.uk

Conservation task - scrub bashing

Date: 31 October 2017

Location: Bransgore

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free of charge

Would you like to play a part in restoring and enhancing special wildlife sites around the New Forest?

Come and volunteer with us to remove invasive scrub from important woodlands.

You will be spending the day using hand tools to remove invasive scrub. Training on use of tools will be provided. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us from 10am until 4pm in Bransgore.

Bring: Lunch, water, sturdy footwear, warm clothes and waterproofs (and if you have them: gardening gloves, loppers and bow saw. Otherwise these will be provided).

Booking is essential, contact Richard Austin 01590 646661 or email richard.austin@nflandadvice.org.uk

This practical conservation task is part of our Working Woodlands Project which is working with landowners to restore woodland on privately owned land. It is one of many projects within the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Conservation task - scrub bashing

Date: 7 November 2017

Location: Minstead

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free of charge

Would you like to play a part in restoring and enhancing special wildlife sites around the New Forest?

Come and volunteer with us to remove invasive scrub from important woodlands.

You will be spending the day using hand tools to remove invasive scrub. Training on use of tools will be provided. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us from 10am until 4pm in Minstead.

Bring: Lunch, water, sturdy footwear, warm clothes and waterproofs (and if you have them: gardening gloves, loppers and bow saw. Otherwise these will be provided).

Booking is essential, contact Richard Austin 01590 646661 or email richard.austin@nflandadvice.org.uk

This practical conservation task is part of our Working Woodlands Project which is working with landowners to restore woodland on privately owned land. It is one of many projects within the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Conservation task - scrub bashing

Date: 11 November 2017

Location: Pennington

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free of charge

Would you like to play a part in restoring and enhancing special wildlife sites around the New Forest?

Come and volunteer with us to remove invasive scrub from important woodlands.

You will be spending the day using hand tools to remove invasive scrub. Training on use of tools will be provided. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us from 10am until 4pm in Pennington.

Bring: Lunch, water, sturdy footwear, warm clothes and waterproofs (and if you have them: gardening gloves, loppers and bow saw. Otherwise these will be provided).

Booking is essential, contact Richard Austin 01590 646661 or email richard.austin@nflandadvice.org.uk

This practical conservation task is part of our Working Woodlands Project which is working with landowners to restore woodland on privately owned land. It is one of many projects within the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Conservation task - scrub bashing

Date: 15 November 2017

Location: Walhampton

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free of charge

Would you like to play a part in restoring and enhancing special wildlife sites around the New Forest?

Come and volunteer with us to remove invasive scrub from important woodlands.

You will be spending the day using hand tools to remove invasive scrub. Training on use of tools will be provided. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us from 10am until 4pm in Walhampton.

Bring: Lunch, water, sturdy footwear, warm clothes and waterproofs (and if you have them: gardening gloves, loppers and bow saw. Otherwise these will be provided).

Booking is essential, contact Richard Austin 01590 646661 or email richard.austin@nflandadvice.org.uk

This practical conservation task is part of our Working Woodlands Project which is working with landowners to restore woodland on privately owned land. It is one of many projects within the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Conservation task - scrub bashing

Date: 21 November 2017

Location: Bransgore

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free of charge

Would you like to play a part in restoring and enhancing special wildlife sites around the New Forest?

Come and volunteer with us to remove invasive scrub from important woodlands.

You will be spending the day using hand tools to remove invasive scrub. Training on use of tools will be provided. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us from 10am until 4pm in Bransgore.

Bring: Lunch, water, sturdy footwear, warm clothes and waterproofs (and if you have them: gardening gloves, loppers and bow saw. Otherwise these will be provided).

Booking is essential, contact Richard Austin 01590 646661 or email richard.austin@nflandadvice.org.uk

This practical conservation task is part of our Working Woodlands Project which is working with landowners to restore woodland on privately owned land. It is one of many projects within the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Conservation task - scrub bashing

Date: 28 November 2017

Location: Minstead

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free of charge

Would you like to play a part in restoring and enhancing special wildlife sites around the New Forest?

Come and volunteer with us to remove invasive scrub from important woodlands.

You will be spending the day using hand tools to remove invasive scrub. Training on use of tools will be provided. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us from 10am until 4pm in Minstead.

Bring: Lunch, water, sturdy footwear, warm clothes and waterproofs (and if you have them: gardening gloves, loppers and bow saw. Otherwise these will be provided).

Booking is essential, contact Richard Austin 01590 646661 or email richard.austin@nflandadvice.org.uk

This practical conservation task is part of our Working Woodlands Project which is working with landowners to restore woodland on privately owned land. It is one of many projects within the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Conservation task - scrub bashing

Date: 6 December 2017

Location: Walhampton

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free of charge

Would you like to play a part in restoring and enhancing special wildlife sites around the New Forest?

Come and volunteer with us to remove invasive scrub from important woodlands.

You will be spending the day using hand tools to remove invasive scrub. Training on use of tools will be provided. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us from 10am until 4pm in Walhampton.

Bring: Lunch, water, sturdy footwear, warm clothes and waterproofs (and if you have them: gardening gloves, loppers and bow saw. Otherwise these will be provided).

Booking is essential, contact Richard Austin 01590 646661 or email richard.austin@nflandadvice.org.uk

This practical conservation task is part of our Working Woodlands Project which is working with landowners to restore woodland on privately owned land. It is one of many projects within the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Conservation task - scrub bashing

Date: 12 December 2017

Location: Minstead

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free of charge

Would you like to play a part in restoring and enhancing special wildlife sites around the New Forest?

Come and volunteer with us to remove invasive scrub from important woodlands.

You will be spending the day using hand tools to remove invasive scrub. Training on use of tools will be provided. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us from 10am until 4pm in Minstead.

Bring: Lunch, water, sturdy footwear, warm clothes and waterproofs (and if you have them: gardening gloves, loppers and bow saw. Otherwise these will be provided).

Booking is essential, contact Richard Austin 01590 646661 or email richard.austin@nflandadvice.org.uk

This practical conservation task is part of our Working Woodlands Project which is working with landowners to restore woodland on privately owned land. It is one of many projects within the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Conservation task - scrub bashing

Date: 19 December 2017

Location: Bransgore

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free of charge

Would you like to play a part in restoring and enhancing special wildlife sites around the New Forest?

Come and volunteer with us to remove invasive scrub from important woodlands.

You will be spending the day using hand tools to remove invasive scrub. Training on use of tools will be provided. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us from 10am until 4pm in Bransgore.

Bring: Lunch, water, sturdy footwear, warm clothes and waterproofs (and if you have them: gardening gloves, loppers and bow saw. Otherwise these will be provided).

Booking is essential, contact Richard Austin 01590 646661 or email richard.austin@nflandadvice.org.uk

This practical conservation task is part of our Working Woodlands Project which is working with landowners to restore woodland on privately owned land. It is one of many projects within the Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme.

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