Get Involved

Community participation and learning is at the heart of Trent Vale's work.

Childrens archaeology dig

The Trent Vale Landscape Partnership has a host of activities, events and training to suit everyone.

These include guided walks, talks and cycle routes, archaeological excavations, heritage research, wildlife indentification, tree planting, hedge laying and family history days to name a few. We also provide a range of education services and resources for schools and young people so visit our learning page.

Have a look below at the events that interest you, or filter events using the categories on the right hand menu.

Heritage Open Day and Call for Volunteers

02 November 2013

Heritage Open Day on Saturday 2nd November in the conference room of the Attenborough Nature Centre. Find out more

Reserve Your Place in History

14 November 2013

A specially commissioned film was made of the Ice Age Journeys fieldwork this summer. We'll be showing the film for the first time in the Newark Town Hall on 14th November 2013 at 7.30pm. Its a great chance to see the artefacts and to talk to the people involved in the project. Find out more


Here you can find a wide range of resources for learning and fun activities to do at home, out and about, or in the classroom.


Trent Vale Landscape Partnership relies on active volunteers who pay a big role in ensuring the success of the project.