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Edited on 2009-03-02 11:13:52 by LornaR

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The project is working with the wider community through a programme of training events, foreshore walks and the development of an interactive digital outreach programme. 0207 5669310 (Please note email is the best way to contact us)


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The project is working with the wider community through a programme of training events, foreshore walks and the development of an interactive digital outreach programme. This part of our public programme is run by our Outreach Officer
0207 5669310 (Please note email is the best way to contact us




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The project is working with the wider community through a programme of training events, foreshore walks and the development of an interactive digital outreach programme. This part of our public programme is run by our Outreach Officer
We are also undertaking an Archaeological Survey of the exposed and threatened sites on the foreshore. This new ‘Beta Survey’ updates and extends the original ‘Alpha Survey’ recorded some ten years ago and the resulting data passed to the Greater London Sites and Monuments Record (GLSMR). We actively encourage public participation in the subsequent monitoring of these threatened sites through the new Foreshore Record Observation Group (FROG), with its membership drawn from local communities. This team is trained to systematically monitor the key sites on a regular basis, providing a long-term sustainable future for the monitoring and enjoyment of the river’s historic maritime heritage.
You can contact the Team Nathalie Cohen and and Lorna Richardson at the Thames Discovery Programme c/o:
0207 5669310 (Please note email is the best way to contact us


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We are developing a new Outreach Project, working with schools, river user-groups and the wider community through a new programme of targeted teaching, special events and through the development of interpretive material. This part of our public programme is run by our Outreach Officer
We also employ a team of archaeologists undertaking an Archaeological Survey of the exposed and threatened sites on the foreshore. This new ‘Beta Survey’ updates and extends the original ‘Alpha Survey’ recorded some ten years ago and the resulting data passed to the Greater London Sites and Monuments Record (GLSMR). Our archaeologists actively encourage public participation in the subsequent monitoring of these threatened sites. They will train up the new Foreshore Record Observation Group (FROG), with its membership drawn from local communities. This team will then systematically monitor the key sites on a regular basis, providing a long-term sustainable future for the monitoring and enjoyment of the river’s historic maritime heritage. Our Community Archaeologists are based with another one of our partner institutions, the Museum of London, at Mortimer Wheeler House.
You can contact the Team Nathalie Cohen and David Jamieson, the Community Archaeologists and Lorna Richardson at the Thames Discovery Programme c/o:
0207 5669310 (Please note email is the best way to contact us as we are rarely at our desks!




Edited on 2008-11-24 15:51:28 by LornaR

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We are developing a new Outreach Project, working with schools, river user-groups and the wider community through a new programme of targeted teaching, special events and through the development of interpretive material. This part of our public programme is run by our Outreach Officer
We also employ a team of archaeologists undertaking an Archaeological Survey of the exposed and threatened sites on the foreshore. This new ‘Beta Survey’ updates and extends the original ‘Alpha Survey’ recorded some ten years ago and the resulting data passed to the Greater London Sites and Monuments Record (GLSMR). Our archaeologists actively encourage public participation in the subsequent monitoring of these threatened sites. They will train up the new Foreshore Record Observation Group (FROG), with its membership drawn from local communities. This team will then systematically monitor the key sites on a regular basis, providing a long-term sustainable future for the monitoring and enjoyment of the river’s historic maritime heritage. Our Community Archaeologists are based with another one of our partner institutions, the Museum of London, at Mortimer Wheeler House.
You can contact the Team Nathalie Cohen and David Jamieson, the Community Archaeologists and Lorna Richardson at the Thames Discovery Programme c/o:
London N1 7ED
enquiries@thamesdiscovery.org
0207 5669310 (Please note email is the best way to contact us as we are rarely at our desks!

We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years. There are many opportunities for public participation, including FROG recording groups and site visits. Please contact us for more information.


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We are developing a new Outreach Project, working with schools, river user-groups and the wider community through a new programme of targeted teaching, special events and through the development of interpretive material. This part of our public programme is run by our Outreach Officer
We also employ a team of archaeologists undertaking an Archaeological Survey of the exposed and threatened sites on the foreshore. This new ‘Beta Survey’ updates and extends the original ‘Alpha Survey’ recorded some ten years ago and the resulting data passed to the Greater London Sites and Monuments Record (GLSMR). Our archaeologists actively encourage public participation in the subsequent monitoring of these threatened sites. They will train up the new Foreshore Record Observation Group (FROG), with its membership drawn from local communities. This team will then systematically monitor the key sites on a regular basis, providing a long-term sustainable future for the monitoring and enjoyment of the river’s historic maritime heritage. Our Community Archaeologists will be based with another one of our partner institutions, the Museum of London, at Mortimer Wheeler House.
You can contact the Team Nathalie Cohen and David Jamieson, the Community Archaeologists and Lorna Richardson at the Thames Discovery Programme c/o:
London N1 7ED

We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years. There are many opportunities for public participation, including FROG recording groups and site visits. Please contact Lorna for more information.

Open Day

We are holding an Introduction to the Thames Discovery Programme event on the 22nd November 2008, in the Terrace Room at the Museum of London, London Wall from 11am - 4pm. This will introduce the project and team members, provide an opportunity for discussion, and there will be a guided tour of the foreshore finds in the Museum galleries. To book a space, please contact Outreach Officer Lorna Richardson




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We are holding an Introduction to the Thames Discovery Programme event on the 22nd November 2008, in the Terrace Room at the Museum of London, London Wall from 11am - 4pm. This will introduce the project and team members, provide an opportunity for discussion, and there will be a guided tour of the foreshore finds in the Museum galleries. To book a space, please contact Outreach Officer Lorna Richardson


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We are holding an Introduction to the Thames Discovery Programme event on the 22nd November 2008, in the Terrace Room at the Museum of London, London Wall form 11am - 4pm. This will introduce the project and team members, provide an opportunity for discussion, and there will be a guided tour of the foreshore finds in the Museum galleries. To book a space, please contact Outreach Officer Lorna Richardson




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We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years. There are many opportunities for public participation, including FROG recording groups and site visits. Please contact Lorna for more information.

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We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years.



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You can contact the Team Nathalie Cohen and David Jamieson, the Community Archaeologists and Lorna Richardson at the Thames Discovery Programme c/o:
London N1 7ED

We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years.

Open Day

We are holding an Introduction to the Thames Discovery Programme event on the 22nd November 2008, in the Terrace Room at the Museum of London, London Wall form 11am - 4pm. This will introduce the project and team members, provide an opportunity for discussion, and there will be a guided tour of the foreshore finds in the Museum galleries. To book a space, please contact Outreach Officer Lorna Richardson


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You can contact Team Leader Nathalie Cohen and David Jamieson, the Community Archaeologists for the Thames Discovery Programme c/o: London N1 7ED

We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years. If you are interested in becoming involved with FROG, sessions for schools, groups, special events or just want to find out more, please contact the Outreach Officer Lorna Richardson




Edited on 2008-10-28 12:03:18 by LornaRichardson2

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We are developing a new Outreach Project, working with schools, river user-groups and the wider community through a new programme of targeted teaching, special events and through the development of interpretive material. This part of our public programme is run by our Outreach Officer
Photo courtesy of Andy Chopping, Museum of London

You can contact Team Leader Nathalie Cohen and David Jamieson, the Community Archaeologists for the Thames Discovery Programme c/o: We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years. If you are interested in becoming involved with FROG, sessions for schools, groups, special events or just want to find out more, please contact the Outreach Officer Lorna Richardson



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We are developing a new Outreach Project, working with schools, river user-groups and the wider community through a new programme of targeted teaching, special events and through the development of interpretive material. This part of our public progamme is run by our Outreach Officer, based in the Thames Explorer Trust offices in Corney Reach, Chiswick W4.
Photo courtesy of Andy Chopping, Museum of London

You can contact Nathalie Cohen and David Jamieson, the Community Archaeologists for the Thames Discovery Programme c/o: We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years. If you are interested in becoming involved with FROG, sessions for schools, groups, special events or just want to find out more, please contact the Outreach Officer Lorna Richardson

c/o The Thames Explorer Trust
The Pier House
Corney Reach Way
Chiswick
London W4 2UG
Telephone: 020 8742 0057
Fax: 020 8742 8131
Email: tdp@thamesweb.com




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Photo courtesy of Andy Chopping, Museum of London

You can contact Nathalie Cohen and David Jamieson, the Community Archaeologists for the Thames Discovery Programme c/o: LAARC
Mortimer Wheeler House
46 Eagle Wharf Road
London N1 7ED





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We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years. If you are interested in becoming involved with FROG, sessions for schools, groups, special events or just want to find out more, please contact the Outreach Officer Lorna Richardson
c/o The Thames Explorer Trust
The Pier House
Corney Reach Way
Chiswick
London W4 2UG
Telephone: 020 8742 0057
Fax: 020 8742 8131
Email: tdp@thamesweb.com


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We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years. If you are interested in becoming involved with FROG, sessions for schools, groups, special events or just want to find out more, please contact the Outreach Officer.



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The Thames Discovery Programme


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About the Project

When the tide is out, the Thames is the longest open-air archaeological site in London, and much of the foreshore is freely-accessible. However, many of the exposed sites are often unrecognised, while all are vulnerable to the daily scouring of the tidal river, and thus require close monitoring. Building on initiatives pioneered by the Museum of London’s Thames Archaeological Survey (1993-9), and the Thames Explorer Trust’sinnovative education projects, the thames discovery programme aims to communicate an understanding and informed enjoyment of the historic Thames to the widest possible audience. This ambitious project is hosted by the Thames Estuary Partnership, in the UCL Environment Institute, and the Thames Explorer Trust, with generous support from Heritage Lottery Funding. Other partners include the Museum of London, English Heritageand the UCL Institute of Archaeology.


Community Outreach

We are developing a new Outreach Project, working with schools, river user-groups and the wider community through a new programme of targeted teaching, special events and through the development of interpretive material. This part of our public progamme is run by our Outreach Officer, based in the Thames Explorer Trust offices in Corney Reach, Chiswick W4.

Archaeological Survey

We also employ a team of archaeologists undertaking an Archaeological Survey of the exposed and threatened sites on the foreshore. This new ‘Beta Survey’ updates and extends the original ‘Alpha Survey’ recorded some ten years ago and the resulting data passed to the Greater London Sites and Monuments Record (GLSMR). Our archaeologists actively encourage public participation in the subsequent monitoring of these threatened sites. They will train up the new Foreshore Record Observation Group (FROG), with its membership drawn from local communities. This team will then systematically monitor the key sites on a regular basis, providing a long-term sustainable future for the monitoring and enjoyment of the river’s historic maritime heritage. Our Community Archaeologists will be based with another one of our partner institutions, the Museum of London, at Mortimer Wheeler House.


Getting involved

We are actively seeking public participation and hope to include as many people as possible in the project over the next three years. If you are interested in becoming involved with FROG, sessions for schools, groups, special events or just want to find out more, please contact the Outreach Officer.


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