News from the East Midlands and beyond CBA launches its Home Front project Dan Snow has officially launched the CBA’s new Home Front project to look at the archaeology of WWI. Click here to read about the launch, and here to visit the project’s website. The CBA will be running training workshops across the country throughout 2015, in partnership with its regional CBA Groups. Iron Age chariot The University of Leicester’s excavations at Burrough Hill in Leicestershire have yielded Bronze fittings from an Iron Age chariot: click here to read more. Virtual Roman Leicester Students and staff at De Montfort University have produced an app that allows users to wander the streets of Leicester while viewing its Roman buildings. Click here to visit the website. Changes to English Heritage After a period of wide consultation, the Government decided to approve the separation of English Heritage into two organisations, which took place on 1st April 2015. See below for further details. English Heritage planning policy consultation English Heritage has uploaded more information to its website about the consultation on the new National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF2) and why it's important that you have your say. Click here to visit the website. Do you have any news relating to archaeology in the East Midlands that you would like to share on this page? Please send details to david.cba-em@albiondi.plus.com Made with Xara Web Designer East Midlands Council for British Archaeology East Midlands Group: Archaeology for all  Charity No. 1082287 Are you looking for the main CBA national site? Click here for archaeologyuk.org Council for British Archaeology Changes to English Heritage