We're delighted to welcome Jasmine Noble-Shelley, who today begins working with the Trust's education and outreach department as part of a Heritage Lottery Funded 'Hampshire Heritage Skills' placement.
This week the Trust are undertaking the first Solent diving sessions of the year.
The Trust is leading two guided walks around Southamoptn on May 17th and June 22nd. The Art to Sea project aims to bring maritime heritage to the wider communities of Southampton and Portsmouth and these walks will enable people to enjoy first hand some of the maritime related sites, maybe take some photos to contribute to the project, and also learn something about places they may pass regularly but had no knowledge about.
The Trust is delighted to be able to offer a second Hampshire Heritage Skills 2 year traineeship.
The HWTMA are in the Netherlands this week, presenting the Archaeological Atlas of the 2 Seas project to the the latest SPLASHcos seminar.
We're delighted to welcome Philippa Naylor, who has recently begun working with the Trust as part of a Heritage Lottery Funded 'Hampshire Heritage Skills' placement.
The HWTMA is pleased to announce the new logo for the Arch-Manche project; the winnig entry from the logo competition designed by Xie Chen.
Both positions for the Underwatyer Archaeology Centre have been filled. We're pleased to welcome Nick Cokes and Anastasia Vasileiadou to the Trust.