The Council for British Archaeology has launched a First World War community project providing an online toolkit for local people to record places associated with Britain’s 1914-18 Home Front.
The Council for British Archaeology (CBA) is an educational charity working throughout the UK to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment. CBA is also working with Cadw, Historic England, Historic Scotland and partners across the UK to help local people to document and preserve local stories and vulnerable remains, for future generations. This local knowledge will appear on a UK-wide map of sites and projects, helping better understanding of the legacy of WWI on the UK landscape. This data will also contribute to the UK’s national and local archaeological records to inform planning decisions and help to safeguard WWI remains for future generations.Visit the Council for British Archaeology's website for more information.