Seeking volunteer stewards for our Living History weekend event.   If would be interested in helping to make our Roman re-enactment weekend on 2nd and 3rd July a success please get in touch.  Email townunearthed@canterbury.ac.uk or call Hannah Lewis on 07872 424550.  A full briefing will be provided.

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We are currently recruiting for a volunteer web editor who will also be able to support on co-ordinating web content for all sections of the website. If you would be interested in this post or would like to find out more about volunteering with the project in general please email townunearthed@canterbury.ac.uk or call us on 01303 850614.

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20/04/11

Volunteer roles

We are offering  the opportunity for people who want to get involved in the project to apply for special volunteer roles. Descriptions of these roles are in the PDF at the bottom of this post. If you are already a volunteer and a role crosses over with what you are already doing as a volunteer for the project, you can formalise this by applying for the relevant role or continue with other tasks in discussion with the project team. ATU volunteer posts APRIL

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 Dear ATU volunteers, We are busy planning the next season of the roman villa excavation at the East Cliff  and are also recruiting for some new volunteer roles. Please follow the link below to find out about these.  For further information contact us at townunearthed@canterbury.ac.uk. Volunteer roles Schedule of the East Cliff Roman Villa excavation *         Start date – Saturday 28th May, WEEKENDS ONLY until 11th July *         Portacabin (for outreach display and visitor centre) arrives on site on Wednesday 15th

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The project welcomes volunteers across a range of activities and has three volunteer groups that work in the following areas: Archaeology Volunteers in the Archaeology group will be offered training and the opportunity of working alongside professional archaeologists, helping to carry out a wide range of archaeological tasks.  These will include excavation, surveying, recording, finds processing and publication of results. Meeting the Past: Community events and Education Volunteers in the Community events and Education will work with educational advisors, curators and

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Archaeology Volunteers in the Archaeology Group will be offered training and the opportunity of working alongside professional archaeologists, helping to carry out a wide range of archaeological tasks. Excavation: The current season of excavation at the villa will take place from June to September 2011. Surveying: There may be some limited surveying, if required, in 2011. Recording: The recording of finds for 2011 started when the digging resumed, in June Finds processing : The artefacts recovered during the last season

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