In this month’s Dig Diary, we mark the bicentenary of Napoleon’s death, observe Mental Health Awareness Week, and fill you in on how the British Museum team got involved in our Virtual Programme!
In this month’s Dig Diary, we fill you in on the loss of one of the last surviving witnesses of Waterloo, shine a spotlight on our 2021 programmes including Battlefields Uncovered; and recap our successful fundraising event, An Evening Uncovered.
In the first Dig Diary of 2021, we learn how one of our veteran participants has been helping in the fight against COVID as a tester; how
Waterloo Uncovered has inspired an archaeology degree; and we meet a participant of our Virtual Support Programme which kept veterans going through lockdown.
In the last Dig Diary of 2020, we review a challenging but successful year, and look ahead to the future of Waterloo Uncovered.
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…
Read on to find out what Waterloo Uncovered have been up to in July, including our nomination for a Charity Times Award, test pitting in our gardens, a graduation, and a look back at last year’s highlights!
Catch up on the latest Waterloo Uncovered news including a new comic, a look back at #WaterlooWeek and an update on our Summer School programme.
Welcome to the April edition of Waterloo Uncovered’s Dig Diary! Read on to find out what the WU family have been up to, including an exciting TV appearance, a new PhD project, volunteering during the coronavirus crisis and beginning an exciting new fundraiser.
WU’s Spring Update – find out about what we’ve been up to in 2020… from being published to winning awards, it’s all go!