Learn more about Maria, who participated in our 2020 Virtual Programme.
Learn more about Jamie, who took part in our 2020 Virtual Programme and 2021 Arts Programme.
Learn more about Sean, who participated in our 2015 Programme and went on to be the first participant of our Work Experience Programme in 2020.
Learn more about Jo, who participated in our 2018 and 2020 programmes, and her story.
Find out what we got up to in 2020 after the unfortunate cancellation of our 2020 excavation in Belgium due to COVID-19, and how our Virtual Programme provided a lifeline for Veterans and Serving Military Personnel during a difficult time. To help us continue our work, please consider making a donation.
In the last Dig Diary of 2020, we review a challenging but successful year, and look ahead to the future of Waterloo Uncovered.
Join Waterloo Uncovered for our Countdown to Christmas, where we recap the highlights of 2020 with facts about our year. Each fact is accompanied by the regimental march of one of the regiments that fought at Waterloo, performed by Jack West-Sherring!
Acknowledging the impact of war on people through the ages is a very important part of the work of Waterloo Uncovered. Here, some of our previous participants – men and women who have served themselves – offer their reflections on their own experiences and on the accounts left by the people who fought and suffered in the battle 200 years ago, in Waterloo Uncovered’s annual act of remembrance, Reading to Remember.
In this special fundraising edition of Waterloo Uncovered’s Dig Diary, we bring you news of a brave skydiving challenge, our plans for a word record breaking relay on the Rock of Gibraltar, and a very special request from our own Phil Harding!
In this month’s dig diary, we look at the effect coronavirus has had on archaeology, update you on an upcoming miniature model of Waterloo, and tell you about our future plans with the Taxi Charity for Military Veterans…