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Volunteers needed for Havering Museum archaeology project

11:50 29 July 2013

Havering Museum

Havering Museum

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Residents can get the chance to take part in an archaeology project.

Havering Museum and the London Archaeological Archive and Research Centre (LAARC) is appealing for volunteers to take part in the project.

Those interested in taking part, should live in Havering and be able to take part in the project at least one day a week from August 19 to September 16.

Travel expenses will be reimbursed.

Ian Browne, Havering Museum volunteer manager said: “This is a unique opportunity for local people interested in their local history and archaeology to get involved in an exciting project. Absolutely no knowledge or experience necessary.

“An enthusiastic and curious nature is desirable”.

Anyone interested in participating in the project should email Archaeology Collections Manager Glynn Davis, gdavis@museumoflondon.org.uk

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