Volunteer Get-togethers – March 2014

February 1, 20142:27 pmNovember 12, 2015 4:55 pm

To celebrate the work of our wonderful volunteers we are holding Volunteer Get Togethers in March 2014. Why not join us for coffee and cake, and meet some of the volunteers from other clusters, share your discoveries and get ideas for further research. Thank you for all of your work so far and we look forward to hearing about your discoveries in 2014.


This article originally appeared in the A Thousand Years of Building with Stone volunteer newsletter.

Written by Elliot Carter

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