Project 8 - Home front Legacy 1914-18

Help find the forgotten history of the First World War (WW1) in Northern Ireland

Cities, townlands and villages across Northern Ireland are being urged to play their part in the Home Front Legacy project to unlock the secrets of the First World War and ensure their place in history is recorded for future generations.

The Northern Ireland Environment Agency working with Queens University Belfastand the University of Ulster are calling on volunteers from across Northern Ireland to step forward to help survey, research and record buildings and sites which played a key role before, during and after the conflict.

The Council for British Archaeology has developed the online recording toolkit and guidance on this Home Front Legacy website to help you record First World War remains in Northern Ireland.

Register here to access our recording app or download the electronic recording form for Northern Ireland and submit your findings on sites to the Northern Ireland Sites and Monuments Record.

Vist the full website please click here. or to view the Historic England Reserch Issue 10 please click here.