Community Archaeology Programme launched at Queen’s University Belfast

Community Archaeology Programme launched at Queen’s University Belfast

Members of the public will be able to get their hands dirty as part of an exciting three-year programme of community archaeological activity, launched at Queen’s University Belfast. The Community Archaeology Programme NI (CAPNI) has been made possible with a grant of more than £600,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to the Centre for Community Archaeology (CCA) at Queen’s University Belfast.

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Pictured at the launch of the Community Archaeology Programme NI which has received £600,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund are (l-r): Dr Gerry Millar, Macmillan Cancer Support; Dr Paul Mullan, The National Lottery Heritage Fund; Professor Eileen Murphy, Centre for Community Archaeology, Queen’s University; Ms Michaela Clarke, Alumni Engagement and Philanthropy, Queen’s University; Ms Aileen Cummins, Civic Engagement and Social Responsibility, Queen’s University; and Mr Darren Rice, The National Lottery Heritage Fund

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