Volunteers surveying a site in Forton Lake, Gosport.
Volunteers have been a vital part of the Forgotten Wrecks project, working tirelessly on a huge variety of tasks to help make the project a success.
There have been over 1800 days of volunteer work on tasks including:
- Planning, contributing to, and delivering outreach sessions and resources, in schools and to the general public
- Research, both online and in the archives
- Writing reports and articles
- Fieldwork and survey (102 events over 62 sites)
- Artefact recording
Some of the more unusual tasks have included setting up geocaches, flying drones, making 2D and 3D models, processing geophysical data, and creating beautiful artworks.
This booklet is to thank and celebrate our amazing volunteers, and demonstrates how their efforts make a huge contribution to the work of the Trust. If you would like a printed copy, please contact us.