A project which uses archaeology to explore the role of the horse and artillery in the Great War. We are exploring the location of the Larkhill Horse Isolation Hospital and the lives of the animals and people on this part of Salisbury Plain in World War One
Wednesday, 8 October 2014
Thanking the Lottery
The project is progressing at quite a pace now - having completed the archaeological dig, the next phase is for the schools to have puppetry workshops, then to examine the lives of local gunners and eventually to get involved in a major art project. All this would not have been possible without a grant from Wiltshire Council, and the generosity of the Heritage Lottery Fund - huge thanks to both. Judging by Harvey's photo, the lottery may have been around for longer than first thought....