We wanted to leave the last word about the remarkable history of the 8th USAAF, and their time in the…
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A Winters Tale of Building Survey
Absorbing, Moving, Thought Provoking – Somewhere in England
Festival Weekend. 18-19 June 2016
A Walk Through History – Rattlesden Airfield, Suffolk
dyb dyb dyb dob dob dob – Scouting for Archaeology
Signatures at the Swan
Wild and Windy in Wing
Help keep Herts History alive – Oral History event 28 November
A busy 4 days at Bushey HQ
A Perfect Sunday Morning in Beds : Thurleigh
Museum Training – Book Your Place!
A Duxford Archaeology Experience
A busy week during the British Festival of Archaeology
Hats off to History
Tibenham, Shipdham, Hethel & Metfield: A busy 12 weeks recording airfields
Airfield Archaeology: Lets get recording!
Community Archaeology continues to grow – Debach & Parham.
Airfields: Then and Now
Remember the Yanks?
A successful and sunny training day at Rougham Airfield!
Children help to restore Horsham St Faith War Memorial
Volunteer with us
The Eighth in the East is approaching the end of three years of Heritage Lottery Fund support. We’re busy right…
A note from our Community Archaeologist, Martin Cuthbert “Growing up in rural Suffolk I was well aware of the archaeological…
I always thought I wanted to be with someone who was the same as me. Then you came along. Make my world…
We are thrilled to announce the details of our extra special Festival Weekend. The event, in partnership with University Campus Suffolk and…
On a beautiful spring eve in May we were once again thrilled to have a fantastic turn out of people as we led…
A cold but sunny Sunday saw two scout groups, 3rd Ongar and Moreton & Fyfield, take part in a training course…
With four USAAF airfields within 6 miles and a US hospital only 4 miles away, Lavenham was a popular destination for…
On Sunday 15th November, 2015 our Community Archaeologist headed West to the limits of our project area to train interested volunteers in the skills of…
Have you ever wanted to find out more about the lives of the people who live down your street? Do…