Learning and Outreach
Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service carry out a wide
range of learning and outreach activities, involving over 6,000
people per year. Participants range from 5 year old children
through to retired people, both formal and informal learners,
academics and those who had previously never heard of archives or
archaeology. Activities we organise include:
We can also work with local groups and societies to provide
training, workshops and activities for projects. For more details,
download the Working With Societies
leaflet (PDF 573 KB).
Through these opportunities we can help you to discover more
about your local area, your family history, or any subject which
our resources could help you with. As well as providing you with an
opportunity to find out something new we try to make our events fun
Historical documents and artefacts can be used with groups
to inspire them about their town or village, help them to learn new
skills, and can form the basis of exciting community projects. If
you would like us to work with you on a project we love to discuss
it with you.
Our location at The Hive provides us with great opportunities to
include even more people in our activities through the extra spaces
provided by the meeting rooms and through working with our partner
services within the building.
We have a programme of events for 2014 (PDF 3.49 MB) .
Please let us know if you like to be added to our mailing list. You
can also keep up date with our activities by checking our blog. If
you have any questions for our outreach team or if you would like
to be kept up-to-date with our planned events and activities you
can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Unlocking the Past
- Education Packs
We have a number of Education Packs available, which focus on
specific themes within a local context and contain a wide variety
of documents such as maps and plans, photographs, letters, diary
extracts, accounts, advertisements, posters and newspaper reports.
These packs can be accessed in our Self-Service Area at The
This page was last reviewed 9 May 2014 at 15:06.
The page is next due for review 5 November 2015.