Parish Boundaries project 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 East Midlands Made with Xara Web Designer Council for British Archaeology CBA EAST MIDLANDS  PARISH BOUNDARY  PROJECT Be part of a project to define historic boundaries  Trails Association, Bramcote Local History Group an d East Bridgford Local  History Group. It is now ready to be taken up withi n the region. The idea of this project is to involve local groups  in a regional exercise to map  their local parish boundaries and identify features  of archaeological and historic  interest. The result will be a unique online resour ce accessible to anyone with an  interest in historic landscapes and will serve as a n important record. The  database will be built up over time and it is hoped  that eventually the whole of the  East Midlands will be covered.  -based database, topographic map and GIS will be av ailable free to  anyone who wishes to participate. Training will be  available if required. This project is in line with the Council for Britis h Archaeology’s mission for  increasing participation and discovery. Anyone inte rested in history or  archaeology can take part. For further information, click here to go to the project’s website, or contact boundaries@archaeologyUK.org Be part of history Landscapes are important to people — they form the background of our everyday lives as the dynamic expression of the interaction between the natural environment and human activity over time (Antrop, 1998)  The history of the British Isles lies waiting to be discovered. With your help, we can save this knowledge and share it with everyone It is brilliant to know that groups are nurturing the interests of archaeologists and historians of the future (A. Thomson, 2014) Council for British  Archaeology         East Midlands  PARISH BOUNDARIES PROJECT