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24 September 2005
Rock Art Project looking for volunteers

Northumberland, U.K., has roughly 1200 examples of rock art scattered across the county. The Rock Art Project are looking to enroll volunteers to help record prehistoric carvings. Volunteers will take part in a one-day training and go out to learn more about the ancient engravings marked on hundreds of boulders and rocky outcrops.
    The volunteers will work in small teams using a range of methods to document the rock art, including a ground-breaking 3D technique developed for the project by English Heritage.
    Rock Art project officer Tertia Barnett says, "Help from volunteers has been invaluable."
    Anyone interested is asked to contact Tertia on (01670) 533076 or tbarnett@northumberland.org.uk

Source: Berwick Today (22 September 2005)

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