“I had a fab time at the weekend. The Saturday morning talks were informative, stimulating and inspirational.”

Community Builder, 2019

“I was very much impressed with the Neolithic Trackway project and enjoyed it very much. I appreciate the tremendous background work that goes in to set up an event like this. The children singing and poetry reading, the lectures were all interesting and created the right atmosphere and were informative.”


Trackway through Time event visitor, 2019

“Being part of a small team of volunteers, tasked with finding the ‘Lost Landscape of Heroes’ in the Isle of Axholme, you realise that these concrete slabs in a muddy field represent the remains of a once important building that was part of RAF Sandtoft. It is hard to get your head around the fact, that during the Second World War, there were thousands of air and ground-crew base at this new derelict site, all doing their bit to help with the war!”

Lost Landscape of Heroes Volunteer, 2019

“Little did I know when I got involved with the “Lost Landscape of Heroes Project” that I would be tramping round farms and fields looking at old bits of concrete! Along with 3 or 4 other volunteers we have recorded some of the buildings still standing (or falling) at RAF Sandtoft. We have measured, drawn, photographed and plotted with GPS lots of bases of concrete, working out, with the help of old maps, what the buildings were.”

Lost Landscape of Heroes Volunteer, 2018